HONDA CB750 K0 ON UK EBAY !!!! $36,000$_12.JPG

THIS BIKE LOOKS LIKE IT HAS JUST LEFT THE HONDA FACTORY, IN SIMPLE WORDS ‘SIMPLY THE BEST’ ( DELIVERY CAN BE ARRANGED ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD FOR A FEE ) Here we have fully fully restored correctly numbered 1970 Honda CB750 K0 Die-cast that has undergone an extensive professional restoration by a well known sand-cast Guru, Please feel free to come and view as the photo’s cannot explain the real beauty that this bike expresses, The bike is very detailed and looks like brand new.


The frame and Engine numbers are correct as when the bike left the Honda factory, ( Frame No: CB7501022547 and Engine No: CB7501023285 ) this particular bike is ready to either ride or show and will only go one way in price over the next few years and that is up and up just the same as Vincent’s and Brough’s, for those who where around at the time this is the bike / model that caused a lot of people in the British bike industry to duck with fear.




The bike starts very easily either on the kick starter or the electric start and rides just like the day it left Honda’s factory, i can have this bike delivered for a fee, all payments accepted, part exchange possible, All documents are present along with the V5c registration document. 


The bike comes with the original slotted bushed Honda key and some spares, Original handbook, Original NOS toolkit with feeler gauges etc, Mot and Taxed, classed as Historic vehicle due to its age, No silly offers please as i am not in a hurry to sell.



Please call the shop / showroom on 020 8997 2421 daytime or try our 24/7 anytime mobile on 07973 11 12 13 and ask for Frank or email us with your details / part exchange to [email protected]





So there you go, have a look on Ebay and see if it sells, Personally I think that’s too much for a KO right now.$_12.JPG

This is a nice bike and I have built these for years, I believe if I restored one here in the States, then this would be about a $20K machine.$_12.JPG

But a nice restoration and looks as though David Silver spares helped him out on the parts too.$_12.JPG

Nice factory tool set and owner manual is an added Bonus.$_12.JPG

Early License plate from back home and this will be a head turner no doubt about it.$_12.JPG

Duckbill seat is correct as well as the Big early Side covers.$_12.JPG

A really nice machine though and a ton of work to get it like this.$_12.JPG

Look Like HMO 300 series exhaust set up.$_12.JPG

Later master-cylinder though but available still.$_12.JPG

Aftermarket seat as it has Pink Foam but a real tidy bike none the less.$_12.JPG

I think one day I shall restore Just one as I cut so many up for cafe racers or Brat bikes, might be fun to restore but people always want to pick it apart and that’s what stopped me from continuing building these as even I started to loo closer, as I did with this bike.$_12.JPG

Nice Early Gauges and they are not a cheap item that’s for certain.$_12.JPG

Careful not to scratch it on those North  London Roads.$_12.JPG

Wow- it has a tax disc!$_12.JPG

I am sure the new owner will love the ride as the Motors are awesome.$_12.JPG

Early engine mount and a Nice set of carbs too.$_12.JPG

Make sure this stays inside in the winter months the salt will kill it.$_12.JPG

looks like a Yamiya gas tank but very nice indeed.$_12.JPG

The sure stand out in Candy Antares Red that’s for sure.$_12.JPG

Hope you enjoyed looking at it and check the Ebay auction to see if it sells.

I shall put the link below!!!!!!