For Sale 1978 Honda CB750-Four Motorcycle

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  1. DeepList

    DeepList Administrator Admin SN95 Supporter

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    I've had the bike for a couple of years and it's fun to drive, but it's hard to justify plating and insuring it because I just don't ride it often enough. I work constantly and it's not practical for me. It spends way too much time sitting in the garage. Last year I only had it out twice the entire season.

    736cc SOHC air-cooled straight four cylinder engine.

    BRAND NEW TIRES were put on front and back and have less than 100 miles on them!

    The bike has 39,808 miles on the odo at the time of posting this ad.
    (The mileage may increase slightly if I drive it around the block or something.)

    A couple of things to note:
    - The horn doesn't work. It's probably something electrical. It hasn't worked since I've owned it.
    - The flasher module doesn't work all the time and the turn lamps will just stay constant (no blink)
    - The float(s) sometimes stick. Should be an easy fix for somebody with some knowledge of carbs.
    - The battery is garbage and it WILL need a new battery.

    The bike is located at my house in Auburn Indiana. It has a clean Indiana title. I also have a repair manual and a spare set of sprockets that I will include in the sale.

    I'm asking $2000, cash only.
    I will also consider reasonable trades.

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  3. Mustanger

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    I loved my new 1975 CB750 for 10 years & nearly 100K miles... Stone reliable & never once hiccupped. It taught me how to adjust valves & dual points, but never would let me adjust or balance the 4 carbs! Never needed it. I became the tuneup expert amongst my friends. Nice low mileage example you have there OP Good luck with selling, price seems good to me.