1970 Honda CB 750
This 1970 Honda CB750 is a “Sandcast”. This famous Honda motorcycle was restored in 2008, by Morris Hamptons Days, New York and it remains in excellent condition. The top end was worked on by Greg Walker, of Spears Racing Montega, USA. This investment motorcycle has not been used much since the restoration, residing as the key component of a private collection. It is believed that the mileage shown is the overall mileage since new.
This 1970 Honda CB 750 comes complete with a current V5C and other paperwork. Starts on the button and sounds brilliant as can be heard in the video. This is an extremely rare model in fantastic condition that is ready to ride or show. Probably the best in the country and a fabulous investment. This machine serial number is towards the end of the sandcast production. A future concours show winner!
MILEAGE: 3028 showing on working clock and believed to be original to this motorcycle.
PAINT: Excellent condition. Professionally prepped and applied in the restoration, correct colors, and scheme.
SHEET METAL: Excellent condition and well fit original tins.
CHROME: Excellent condition and correctly applied.
MECHANICAL: This power plant was completely refreshed during the restoration by knowledgeable mechanics. Easy start idles right out and is smooth and clean through the gears.
WHEELS & TIRES: New DID Chrome Steel rims with chrome spokes and nipples.
Front tire is a 19 x 3.25 Nankaj serviceable for current use
Rear tire is a 18 x 4.00 Nankaj serviceable for current
TITLE: Clean Title, current UK registration
Engine; CB750 E -1005428
VIN Frame; CB750-1005831
VALUE GUIDE VALUATIONS:
NADA Values: 1970 Honda CB 750 KO
Very Good: $ 6,345
Good: $ 3,465
Hagerty Value Guide: Hagerty Values 1970 Honda CB 750 KO
Mecum Las Vegas Auction 2021
ACCESSORIES: There is some paperwork on this bike, referencing the restoration.