Found on eBay: Honda CR750

| 8/19/2009 3:29:10 PM

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honda cr750 

How rare is a Honda CR750? It depends on who you believe, but the answer is very rare, and the chances of ever seeing another for sale are quite slim. That's why we just had to share this piece of history with you this week.

This CR750 was fully restored and placed 3rd in its class at the 2008 Legend of the Motorcycle Concours d'Elegance in Half Moon Bay, Calif.

According to the auction, the bike was raced, then sat in Japan until 1995. Owner Yoshi Kasaka raced the bike in AHRMA vintage racing in 1996 and 1997. The bike features sand-cast Keihin CR29 carbs, aluminum connecting rods, magnesium rear brake and more. For more info the Honda CR750, visit the auction here. 


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