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 on: Today at 03:41:09 AM 
Started by sandcast6223 - Last post by acruz
Nice Survivor for sure.  My sandcast is only a few numbers from your.  Maybe they were both shipped in the same lot from Japan. 

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 on: January 16, 2018, 08:03:11 PM 
Started by Kevin M - Last post by Steve Swan
Do you have only one photo Steve?

Gerard, i hope you know, or i must confess, that picture is a random picture i took from the internet of fires in California.  the bike's not 2/4.... Grin  it looks like some later type of non-honda japanese 4 cylinder.  that fire was hot, it pretty much melted everything.

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 on: January 16, 2018, 02:42:15 PM 
Started by kp - Last post by 4pots1969
EDIT: In response to inquiries and new information not preciously known to me. I have answered all as completely as I could. This is my first time selling a motorcycle of this age and vintage and I have a lot to learn. I appreciate the kind encouragement and guidance from the sellers and bidders who have been so interested to learn more about this bike. PLEASE READ BEFORE BIDDING THESE EDITS ARE CORRECTIONS OR ADDITIONS TO THE ORIGINAL INFORMATION.

*Re: More Photos or better Quality - As per request I have added 12  new photos showing the condition of the pipes, areas of paint damage, Engine stamp, VIN Stamp, Fuel Tank, Front Sprocket (counter-shaft) and chain where it enters the engine. They show all her blemishes, including ones I previously was not aware of.

*Re: History and Condition - The VIN Number is CB7501000031- it is stamped into the frame. The Engine Number is 66, Frame number is 31. Based on research from Sandcastonlydotcom I speculate that the bike was built before  7/22/1969 (E71) and assembled and shipped to the USA for sale by November of 1969. No documents of the original sale exist. The bike was acquired in 1973 by the dealership after the owner brought it in for repairs. The owner of the bike chose to trade it in instead of having it repaired. It spent from the summer 1973 to the spring of 1997 in our dealership warehouse when it was moved to the show room floor. It has been there ever since. The bike has 4271 original miles on it.

The bike has had some repairs done to it - the Front fender was replaced and also the airbox cover with 1969/1970 CB750f Parts. At some point the alternator cover began leaking oil and JB weld was used to seal the leak. There are numerous scratches and the paint has suffered fading and chipping, especially in areas near joints such as the threads and welds where the mirrors and signal lights attach. The glass of both gauges have cracks. The fuel tank was stored empty but some rust has accumulated but the integrity of the tank is good.


*Re: Fuel Tank - Could not determine true volume but presumably 19L or 5.0 US Gallons as specified by online sources. The Tank lacks the throttle cable impressions that were added in later CB750 models.

As before the winner of the auction is responsible for transport and delivery, It is not possible for us to ship this bike.

Thank you for all your paitence and interest.

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 on: January 16, 2018, 02:38:26 PM 
Started by Kevin M - Last post by 4pots1969
Do you have only one photo Steve?

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 on: January 16, 2018, 02:17:55 PM 
Started by kp - Last post by Steve Swan
auction ended.  we'll see if it reappears, doubtful.  i am guessing seller was made an offer he could not refuse, as well as avoid paying ebay fees.

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 on: January 16, 2018, 10:55:17 AM 
Started by Kevin M - Last post by Ujeni
Lovely patina!  Grin

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 on: January 16, 2018, 06:30:43 AM 
Started by acruz - Last post by Joe K
It appears from the bottom of the gas tank (that has a hole in it) and the top of the frame that it caught fire.  The exhaust mounts connected to the frame have been cut off also.

Joe K.

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 on: January 16, 2018, 06:19:09 AM 
Started by Kevin M - Last post by 4pots1969
My God  Shocked Shocked

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 on: January 16, 2018, 04:50:40 AM 
Started by kp - Last post by 4pots1969
I also think that the tank is a 19 liters ...
Steve, I did not ask the seller Ebay because I already had these pictures for about 3 years in my computer ... They had been posted here ...

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 on: January 15, 2018, 10:57:21 PM 
Started by Kevin M - Last post by Steve Swan
this is sandcast vin 2/E4

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