No Reserve: 1975 Honda CB750
- Chassis: CB7502533800
- 2k Miles Shown, TMU
- 736cc SOHC Inline-Four
- Five-Speed Transmission
- Dark Red Paint
- Two-Up Seat
- Four-Into-Four Exhaust System
- Front Disc Brake
- Kick & Electric Starters
- Chrome Fenders & Mirrors
- Center & Side Stands
- Owner's Manual
- Tool Kit
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This 1975 Honda CB750 is finished in dark red and powered by a 736cc SOHC inline-four paired with a five-speed transmission. Equipment includes a front disc brake, a chrome grab handle, four Keihin carburetors, kick and electric starters, and chrome fenders and mirrors. A refurbishment carried out in 2018 under prior ownership reportedly included repainting the body and frame, overhauling the engine with a Wiseco top-end kit, reupholstering the two-up seat, and replacing the four-into-four exhaust system, cables, ignition coils, grips, and frame bushings and bearings. The carburetors were cleaned and the tires replaced following the selling dealer’s acquisition in January 2022. This CB750 K5 is offered at no reserve in Wisconsin with a tool kit, an owner’s manual, a Cycle World article about the CB750, and a clean Tennessee title.
The fuel tank and side covers were repainted in dark red and fitted with replacement black, gold, and red graphics under prior ownership. The frame and swingarm were repainted with black Eastwood paint under prior ownership, and replacement chassis bushings and bearings were installed. Features include a reupholstered two-up seat, a replica chrome chain guard, a grab handle, chrome fenders and mirrors, and both center and side stands.
Chrome wire-spoke wheels measure 19″ up front and 18″ out back and were mounted with Kenda Challenger tires by the selling dealer. Suspension consists of a telescopic fork with repainted lowers as well as twin progressive shocks mounted to the swingarm. Braking is provided by a replacement drilled EBC disc with a stainless-steel braided line up front and a drum at the rear.
The chrome handlebar was fitted with replacement grips and cables, and the switch controls have been repainted black. Instrumentation includes a 150-mph speedometer and a tachometer with an 8k-rpm redline, the face plates of which are said to have been refinished under prior ownership. The five-digit odometer shows 2k miles and was reset during the refurbishment. Total mileage is unknown.
The 736cc SOHC inline-four is said to have been media-blasted and painted silver under prior ownership, and it was refreshed with a Wiseco top-end kit, replacement ignition coils, zinc fasteners, and a replica chrome four-into-four exhaust system. The engine was factory rated at 67 horsepower and 44 lb-ft of torque and is equipped with both kick and electric starters. The four Keihin carburetors were cleaned in preparation for sale.
Power is sent to the rear wheel through a five-speed transmission and a drive chain.
A tool kit, an owner’s manual, and a Cycle World article on the CB750 are included in the sale.