1973 Honda CB750 Cafe Racer (Kinda Old School)


Up for auction on eBay right now is this semi-finished 1973 Honda CB750 cafe racer conversion. There are definitely aspects to this bike that I really like. It has kind of a Zero Engineering feel to it, what with the old school look of the front end and the white grips. But it seems like maybe the bike needs a few more weekends before trying to get a premium for it on eBay. The seller did lower his original Buy-It-Now price, but I think he might have difficulty reaching either that or his also lowered reserve price. Read the sellers description if you are interested, because there are a few things wrong. I’m still trying to find the muffler(s), as they seem to be missing…


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5 comments so far

  1. Paul Nielsen on

    Interesting…dirt track tyre on the front…?? whats on the rear I wonder?

  2. Lynn Johnston on

    I Like It

  3. Anonymous on

    WHATs the sense of having a front rotor without a caliper to do the work? just take the rotor off to,and run no brakes. the world would a better place without one more want to be.

  4. max on

    ” Anonymous on June 30, 2009

    WHATs the sense of having a front rotor without a caliper to do the work? just take the rotor off to,and run no brakes. the world would a better place without one more want to be.”

    if you read the description it says it’s incomplete maybe you have to install it yourself dip shit

  5. Tyler on

    I like it also, I always liked the wrapped exhaust look, was considering that for one of my projects.


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