Let's see your CB750

thatsmedlr

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Ok guys, let's see your CB750s! My project Honda CB750 isn't much to look at, but I'll start.

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kirky

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here's mine and it had been left in the weather for 12 years, i had to do loads of work and just smarten it up a bit as well. 1979 JDM 750FZ daren't touch the exhaust nuts i had enough with everything else breaking so the pipes got covered, they are a mess
 

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RobG

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here's mine and it had been left in the weather for 12 years, i had to do loads of work and just smarten it up a bit as well. 1979 JDM 750FZ daren't touch the exhaust nuts i had enough with everything else breaking so the pipes got covered, they are a mess
Good work, just keep spraying the exhaust nuts with oil, relentlessly. With a bit of localised heat and a bit of time....... you never know your luck.
 

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RobG i have done all of that and i think they will snap. if they ever have to come off i think a zap with a welder might shock them, with a bit of that stuff called luck, cheers.
 

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Ok guys, let's see your CB750s! My project Honda CB750 isn't much to look at, but I'll start.

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My original red CB750 K0 owned 42 years previous owner Honda Power Road (when Honda was based at Power Road London UK, my USA K0 genuine 21,000 miles but I renovated it all over winter. Mechanically in brilliant condition but see last picture how I bought it, who has pooh coloured paint! Engine is an 836cc HiVo crank, CR works carbs, ported F2 head, high list cam waiting for me to finish it off.
 

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Afterdarkmark

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Here's my '73. Purchased it locally, as the price was very good and I thought I could flip it for a small profit. I soon realized upon riding it that I liked it a lot. Spent a few months restoring it and now it's a much-loved part of my small collection.
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CBRiderNYC

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Its not a 750 but a CB900f is pretty close.

When I bought it,
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and after a little photoshop work, where we are headed, paint is done, just need to put the motor back in the frame, do some electrical work and get the seat made.


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Iron37

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Hi, all. Here's my '71 K1 fresh out of a refurb/refresh. Not all original, but still a head-turner at 50+ Runs and feels like new. Honda really put these machines together well.
 

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Hello all, just joined today after picking up this CB750 Nighthawk Streetfighter. Been off the road ten years or so. Looking forward to getting going with restoring it 🙂
 

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Stratmanx

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My late kid brother Scott's 1977 750-Four F2 Super Sport. I took ownership 2 weeks ago after he passed on the 17th.

Excellent condition.
 

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Just got this little beauty . Bought one brand new in 77-78 and being young , I got rid of it . Got to wait a few weeks ( the end of the month apparently ) as it is in another city 1500 klms away . Looks to be an american import , as we are in kilometres in australia and it has 29 000 miles on the clocks , greg
 

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Tailchaser

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Here's my '91 Nighthawk 750 after it's winter "refresh"

Cheers,

Jeff
 

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Stratmanx

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Here's an update on mine. 1977 CB750F2 Super Sport

Just had the carbs rebuilt and synced, valves and cam chain adjusted, points, condensers and plugs replaced, Clutch adjusted and full tune up done.

Runs like a sewing machine and pulls like a tractor.

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