1973 Honda CB750K2 Cafe Racer. Ex-Honda motorcycle dealer selling personal motorcycle from my collection. I built this bike in 1973/74, in the Cafe Racer style, prior to the manufacturer’s going in that direction. It is not stock as you can see from the picture, but close. The faring is from England (Paul Dunstall). Clip ons by Tommaselli. The front fender is from Honda Motor Company’s 750 race bike program back when they won Daytona in the early 70’s. The rear fender is stock, just painted. The engine guard is from Honda but cut in half and powder coated and a tab added to mount Cibie driving lights. In 1977, I purchased from Honda: a 750F rear swing arm to get AHM’s single disc brake; 750F front forks to get AHM’s double front disc brakes; and a new stock motor which I then installed, an 810 kit done by engine builder Randy Carabelli. The impetus for the 1977 motor change was to get a smoother shifting gearbox and the new design 77-78 accelerator pump style carburetors, rather than the cable slide operated carbs that were stock in 1973. The exhaust is a 4-into-1 RC engineering in black. The wheels are Morris from Ohio and painted gold to match Honda’s stock gold accent color on the fuel tank. The rear shocks are new by Hagon. The bike is only used on a limited basis and has very few miles on the new motor.


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Originally listed on August 5, 2015. Note that older listings are displayed for reference and will most probably not be available.