1973 Honda CB

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Listing TypeAuction
Ships FromWest Bend, Wisconsin

For Sale ByPrivate Seller
Exterior ColorRed
Vehicle TitleClear
Engine Size (cc)175
Title1973 HONDA CB175 K7
SubTitle1973 HONDA CB175 K7
VIN NumberCB175E7022302
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Deposit amount500.0
Deposit type1
UPDATE SEE MY FIRST ATTEMPT AT U TUBE SEE BIKE STARTING COLD AND HOT WATCH BOTH VIDEOS https://youtu.be/KW6i0jjfp-Y https://youtu.be/ddG6d5X46LI NO RESERVECLASSIC 1973 HONDA CB175 K7 15199 MILES RUNS AND DRIVES HAS TOOL KIT HAS TITLE COMES WITH ORIGINAL SEAT ALSOHAS TOOL KIT BEEN IN MY LIVING ROOM THE LAST 4 YEARS THINGS NEEDING ATTENTION ARESINCE VIDEO THROTTLE CABLE FRAYED AND STUCK A GOOD CLEANING PICTURES WITH NOT BEING CLEANED STARTER SPRINGS AND ROLLERS WORKS BUT SLIPS AT TIME (WATCH VIDEOS) NEUTRAL LIGHT STAYS ON 1 DIRECTIONAL SCRATCHED UP SEE PICTURE (WATCH VIDIOS) WRONG SPEEDO HOUSING ON SPEEDO HAS TRIP METER NO TRIP RESET SOMEONE DID A PAINT JOB COULD USE PROFESSIONAL PAINT WORKDOES HAVE OIL DRIPS LEAK LIKE SOMEONE WAS IN LEFT SIDE COVERNEEDS THROTTLE CABLE CUT LEFT SIDE DUE TO FRAYED CABLEI HAVE NO TIME TO WORK ON NEED THE ROOM GREAT BIKE FOR EASY RESTORATION OR KEEP IT LIKE IT ISNO RESERVE The Honda CB175 is a standard motorcycle made by Honda from 1969 to 1973.[1][3] It had a 174 cc (10.6 cu in) four-stroke, straight-twin engine with a single overhead camshaft, two valves per cylinder, dual slide-valve carburetors, and dual exhausts. It was also equipped with a five-speed gearbox, 12-volt electrics, kick and electric start, front and rear drum brakes, turn signals, speedometer with trip meter (1972 and later models), and tachometer, and was rated at 20 bhp (15 kW).[3] An update in 1972, brought a more rounded gas tank and changes to the air box covers, along with some other minor trim changes. The CB175 was discontinued for 1974 and replaced by the CB200, a similar bike already in production. Although not technologically remarkable, Honda's small twins of the 1960s and 1970s were among their best sellers.