1973 Honda CB

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$4,800.00



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ConditionUsed
Listing TypeAuction
Ships FromChurch Hill, Maryland

ModelCB
MakeHonda
Year1973
TypeStandard
Vehicle TitleClear
For Sale ByPrivate Seller
WarrantyUnspecified
Exterior ColorPurple
Mileage12848
Sub Model (Optional)CB350G
Title1973 Honda CB350-G Disk Brake, NO Reserve Low Mileage
SubTitle1973 Honda CB350-G Disk Brake, NO Reserve Low Mileage
Deposit amount500.0
Deposit type1
A collector’s dream! 1973 CB350G No reserve price!Bid with confidence and don’t waste time “searching” for the seller’s reserve. Low mileage ALL ORIGINAL, RUNNING & TITLED!We have the most desired model of one of the world’s most famous classics, the last model produced; the 1973 Honda Iris purple CB3560G. Not only is this the final and arguably the best model as it was the only one to come with the front disk brake, greatly increasing safety of the rider, this classic motorcycle has the original coveted Iris Purple paint, all original to the bike and other than a small spot on the top of the tank(shown), it’s in very nice condition with no dents anywhere on the bike including the fenders and mufflers!This bike was taken from storage two weeks ago (after being properly prepared for storage), uncovered and the pictures taken; no clean up, no polish….and note the close pictures, not 10’ as many Ebay listings typically show! An original bike, even well cared for is not as perfect as it was the day it left the factory but it isn't something to hide, it's to be proud of that it still looks this good 47 years later, most would agree.A 2 owner bike, this bike was purchased years ago because it was completely original other than the seat cover. The Original toolkit is complete and included as is the Original Owner’s manual which was placed in a bag and never opened (NOS). Every single nut and bolt is original to the bike, no major rust, beautiful original stock exhaust on both sides simply gleam chrome!The CB350 was the most loved bike in the US, and for good reason. Their legendary reliability, light weight, slim profile and gentle but tractable & powerful engine made it a favorite of Americans. Every gauge, every switch, every bulb works as it should. It shifts perfectly and idles like a Shetland pony waiting to take you away.Expect friendly conversation whenever you stop, because everyone will recognize it and will want to comment or ask you questions. It’s true what they say, “You really do meet the nicest people on a Honda”!I also have a PDF service manual on a flash drive for the new owner of this beautiful bike.Every single part, other than the seat cover which was swapped by owner #1 (thankfully all the trim and even the strap remains) and the flasher relay(in pic next to key) is original to the bike, including those Unobtanium Stock Mufflers in very nice condition! Chrome is everything and the chrome on this bike is impressive, as the pictures show. After purchasing the bike years ago, carbs have been rebuilt with factory parts, points and condensers replaced, battery installed, plugs, engine and fork oil, brake pads were checked & replaced. I believe the rear brake shoes were also replaced to avoid the delamination problem that happen sometimes with old shoes. Any “consumable” was replaced with original Honda parts. A NOS Pamco Electronic ignition (new and never installed) is included with the bike. This was purchased to resolve a miss at higher rpms (was told it was the manual advance) but the bike was stored before installation. A new battery is also included for the buyer.Copied:Most collectors and many vintage enthusiasts know that with the Honda 350, the Model is everything, not the year! For reference why, I include a link to the St. Francis Motorcycle Museum in Kansas; https://stfrancismotorcyclemuseum.org/1968-honda-cb350 ****I copied this from another ad after going to their site for myself to see. These guys are the real deal and their word is solid.A $500.00 non-refundable deposit is due within 24 hours of winning the auction, balance either via Paypal(I’ll pay the fee), cash or cashier’s check. Balance is due in 7 days, longer if the buyer contacts me so we can work it out if he needs more time. The bike will be paid in full & the title will be signed over the buyer. The bike cannot be stored eternally after purchase & payment so make arrangements to get it picked up within a week or so.For shipping, the bike is located at 21623 zip code in Maryland. I will assist your shipper of course.This is your chance to get a beautiful and desired Vintage bike that has been well cared for……good luck!