How much is a 1980 Honda CB750 worth?

How much is a 1980 Honda CB750 worth?


Excellent $2,450
Very Good $1,625
Good $910
Fair $640
Poor N/A

How much is a 1974 Honda CB750 worth?


Excellent $4,840
Very Good $2,825
Good $1,680
Fair $1,180
Poor N/A

What was the first year for the Honda 750?

The CB750 FOUR was released in the U.S. in January 1969. That year, Honda held its first U.S. dealer meeting in Las Vegas, Nevada, a gathering of motorcycle dealers from across North America.

Is a 750cc A big bike?

So it is with motorcycles. Most new bike buyers skip right over the smaller models without a thought and want the biggest sportbike or the largest cruiser. Back in the “good old days” of motorcycling, a “big” bike was 500cc and a 750cc bike was considered truly large. Today that 750 is thought of as a beginner’s bike.

How much would it cost to rebuild a Honda CB 750?

1980 Honda Cb 750, custom honda cb 750 hardtail bobber,powder coated cycle X prostreet frame with black prism painted tins, runs and drives but has been sitting for 2 years,reccomend carb rebuild $3,000.00 7326662283

Are all of the Honda 750’S the same?

While each model has its own look, in basic hardware all of Honda’s current 750s are very similar. All of them employ the same frame, with slight differences in front-end geometry and rear-shock length and type, and these subtle mechanical variations make the motorcycles different in important ways.

What kind of engine does a Honda CB 750 have?

Honda CB 750 Custom Make Model Honda CB 750 Custom Year 1980 – 82 Engine Four stroke, transverse four cylinder, D Capacity 748 cc / 45.6 cu-in Bore x Stroke 62 x 62 mm

What kind of bearings does a Honda 750 have?

In the 1981 model-year the swing arms of all 750 Hondas ride in needle bearings where the arms attach to the dual-down-tube frames. Needle-bearing arrangements, along with having a better service life than bushings when the needles are properly sealed and protected, can add to chassis rigidity, and in turn complement the handling of the motorcycle.