1981 Honda Cb750f Super Sport- Parts Bike Or Restoration Project! on 2040-parts.com
La Quinta, California, US
Country of Manufacture:Japan
Here's a 1981 Honda CB750F Super Sport that is being sold for parts or as an incomplete restoration project as it is missing the carburetors and the exhaust system. It is being sold for a vintage bike mechanic that works on my bikes. It has a clear CA title, is on Non-op so no back fees are due and the keys are included. The bike is a Japanese model that was not made for import to the USA. The speedometer shows 46,397 Kilometers which is approximately 28,829 miles using the conversion rate of .62137Km to 1 mile. The seat has some splits and the headlight bulb was tested and does not work but the headlight ring is good and is included. The gas tank is very clean as seen in the photos. An extra top end is also included.
If you have any questions you can contact the seller Craig at 760-902-2492. If no answer he may be in the shop so please leave a voicemail message and he will return your call.
$100.00 deposit via PayPal within 48 hours and balance in cash or cashiers check in 7 days. buyer responsible for any shipping costs and seller will work with buyer's shipper to facilitate delivery.
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