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honda cb750 k owners

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honda cb750 k owners

Post by dudeabides » Thu Oct 16, 2014 12:59 am

any cb750 owners out there?.or any classic jap motorbike lovers.i have 3cb750s.my k7 has just passed its mot.my k1 and k2 are in boxes awaiting restoration.if i ever get round to it.

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Re: honda cb750 k owners

Post by rennie » Thu Oct 16, 2014 1:19 am

Hello and welcome :D

Please put your location in your profile
and say hello in the newbies section :lol:

If you look in the old bikes/restoration section
I think Tango is restoring a CB!
Ian.

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Re: honda cb750 k owners

Post by Tango » Thu Oct 16, 2014 3:07 pm

Welcome to TMBF mate...... 8-)

I'm actually cafe racering a CB750 F2N.......so, not a classic K......but I've got to say that the K's do make nice cafe racers...... 8-)
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Re: honda cb750 k owners

Post by Obrien65 » Thu Oct 16, 2014 6:12 pm

I had a KZ as my second big bike. It was the best bike Ive ever had but unfortunately it died and cost too much for me to bring back to life. Sold it to an old guy who had retired and wanted a project. He promised to return it to it's former glory.


I still love classic jap bikes and now own a 1982 Yamaha TR1.
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