1970 Honda CB750 K0
Price: £10 000 ≈ $12553 ≈ €11672
Item location: Wigan, UK
Seller notes: “Beautiful unrestored condition which requires nothing - ride away. The paintwork has been refreshed to show condition.”
Rare 1970 Die-Cast Honda CB750 KO in candy ruby red for sale:
Dyna S Electronic ignition, Runs beautifully - carburettors ultrasonically cleaned and balanced. Imported from USA with 14k on the clock in 2011 and immediately placed into a collection. Mileage has increased very little since then but with fresh fuel and battery it sprang into life and runs really smoothly with lots of power. The bike is in fantastic unrestored condition but the paintwork has been refreshed to make it a beautiful and useable head-turner. Although the mileage when imported cannot be verified the condition is such that the mileage could very well be genuine. Bolts still have the Honda factory number eight on them which they had when leaving the factory. The bike looks just as good, if not better, than the pictures suggest and viewing is highly recommended (and preferred). Grab yourself an appreciating iconic classic.
For the younger "aficionados" who don't know this bike, below are extracts from "Classic Bike" magazine of February 2022:
"There are a few bikes that have shaped the future course of motorcycle development and Honda's CB750 was one of them"
"In 1969 when the first Honda Four made it into the dealers showrooms, the CB750 was sensational. Here was a machine with unheard of levels of performance, sophistication and mechanical integrity".
"Delivering a top speed of 123.34 mph when an early model was tested, it was head and shoulders above the best of the rest".
"It should come as no surprise that prices are on the up. Current prices of the early sandcast machines have put them out of reach for all but the seriously well-heeled. Early K0 prices are heading in the same direction ".
"A revelation in 1969 and an entirely useable classic today, That's the CB750".
Grab a beautiful, appreciating and useable classic to ride or show.
*** NOT TO BE CONFUSED WITH AMERICAN IMPORTED "PROJECTS"
Viewing recommended - you will be impressed.