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 on: Today at 07:34:45 AM 
Started by bojje - Last post by 4pots1969
Bo Wink the photo of inside is blurry, I can not give an objective opinion ... to know if this cover would have been reloaded and resurfaced for the tenth hole... Can you do better, please ?

 on: Today at 04:54:20 AM 
Started by CB75014 - Last post by CB75014

I suppose you've seen it :

One detail, the red rear turn signal lenses. According to :

Should you run across a red turn signal lens on a US 1969-78 K-model:
In America, red was not issued on 69-78 US-sold Honda 750s.
It was in some other countries and it was/is available here after-market.
One available 1975-1978 (larger type) red turn signal lens is 33402-377-810.
NOTE: some states do not allow red lenses facing front.

About the numbers, here is a list of K0 :

05/69   1001290   E1001142
05/69   1001295   E1001399
05/69   1001370   E1000720
05/69   1001375   E1001374
05/69   1001378   E1001629

 on: March 16, 2018, 09:08:29 PM 
Started by Steve Swan - Last post by Steve Swan
if one looks closely at picture 3 in the row of 4, you will note a web...  i wonder how many people he has screwed by now.  his last transaction, sold one of his covers for $200, and got this feedback, "Great communication. A pleasure to do business with."

 on: March 16, 2018, 08:47:02 PM 
Started by Steve Swan - Last post by toycollector10
He's back with some more unobtainium, but wait, there's four of them!

 on: March 16, 2018, 05:49:03 PM 
Started by Steve Swan - Last post by Steve Swan
the bike does appear authentic and unmolested.  suspiciously and extraordinarily good condition for a nearly 52,000 mile, 49 year old motorcycle, but then the bike may have had an owner(s) who cared for the bike exceptionally well.  looking at the rust and other patina all over the bike, it must have been kept in a poorly ventilated environment, as Missouri is humid.  the one thing i am a bit puzzled by is how faded out the handlebar switches and tach red zone are, in contrast to the nearly pristine appearing blue-green body paint which does look original.  interesting to see a grey horn on a 13xx vin, but shouldn't be surprised.  seller's knowledge of the xx74/xxE75 vin pairing is interesting.  listened to the his youtube sales pitch; he learned alot from the sooc site.  going by his $56k buy it now price, he must also know Vic World sold the 441 mile 6xxx vin for $48k almost 10 years ago now.  my, how time does fly.

 on: March 16, 2018, 02:32:48 PM 
Started by Steve Swan - Last post by Joe K
I wouldn't be surprised if it gets close to the asking price.  Nice unrestored low vin.

Joe K.

 on: March 16, 2018, 11:59:35 AM 
Started by Steve Swan - Last post by Steve Swan

 on: March 16, 2018, 05:52:58 AM 
Started by DW69K0 - Last post by kp
The bidding has slowed up some as well. Is my sense of smell telling me something.

 on: March 14, 2018, 09:12:32 PM 
Started by DW69K0 - Last post by Wayne
Interesting. The last buyer was posting on Facebook pages looking for an engine. Guess he decided not to pay for the bike and have it picked up.

 on: March 14, 2018, 07:45:33 PM 
Started by DW69K0 - Last post by DW69K0

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