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Trying to sell my 75 cb 750 four, the bike runs great needs tires and fork seals,the left side cover is cracked.I'm not putting a price on the bike if anyone is interested make me an offer,if the offer is fair it's sold.PM me if your interested
 

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Ahh the memories, I had a 1971 mannnny years ago!
 

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If you were a little closer,,,, I tried to buy my brother-in-laws years ago and he wouldnt sell it
 

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My first 750 was that blue 75, but I kept the rubber side down!
 

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I have had a sweet cb750F for sale for 3 months now. not a single email. some think cb750s are hot sellers. they aren't... may as well keep it
 

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I have had a sweet cb750F for sale for 3 months now. not a single email. some think cb750s are hot sellers. they aren't... may as well keep it
you might be right,but i dont need the bike anymore and it doesnt get ridden much these days,i try to put a couple hundred miles a month on it just to keep the gas fresh and the battery charged
 

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I have had a sweet cb750F for sale for 3 months now. not a single email. some think cb750s are hot sellers. they aren't... may as well keep it
Ah yes, but is the one you are trying to sell in comparable condition and price though Cyclebuster? :?

Shame the bike isn't in the UK, I just looked on Ebay and they are going for anywhere between £3000 and £11000 dependant on condition. ( add about 1/2 for conversion to US $$$)
 

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They are bringing good money here in Oz as well. Even though late model bikes have dropped considerably lately.
 

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Cyclebuster I did have one offer of 1000 but theres no way I'd let it go for that ill keep it and give it to one of my grandkids first by the time their old enough to ride it the bike will be more than 50 yrs old if nothing else it'll be a good conversation piece
 

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I think $1500 will leave plenty of room to fix it up. Got a nice box of used spares to go with it at asking price. Carb rack, radiator, starter etc.
 

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I have had a sweet cb750F for sale for 3 months now. not a single email. some think cb750s are hot sellers. they aren't... may as well keep it
Hi I also have a CB 900 C with 20,000 runs like a bear this one has the 10 speed but I haven't got any bites on it in a month now , maybe I should stick to the older wings ?
 

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Ah yes, but is the one you are trying to sell in comparable condition and price though Cyclebuster? :?

Shame the bike isn't in the UK, I just looked on Ebay and they are going for anywhere between £3000 and £11000 dependant on condition. ( add about 1/2 for conversion to US $$$)
Hi I used to work in England is it still raining ? I would go there 28 days then come back home for 2 weeks rain every day I was there , I was starting to get web feet Ha ha
 

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Hi I used to work in England is it still raining ? I would go there 28 days then come back home for 2 weeks rain every day I was there , I was starting to get web feet Ha ha
It was when you started typing your message, but it has stopped now!!:ROFL:

I bet it was sunny on the two weeks you used to go home!! :doh:

The up side is it is looking very green everywhere at the moment, but of course that means the grass needs cutting more often. :sadguy:

Not that it stops us riding and what finer machine to do it on than a Wing!!:)
 
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