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Well Saturday I got to ride a pretty sweet bike. A 1974 Honda 750 Four (4 cylinder). It belongs to my uncle but it got parked and sat in the barn for about 20 + years. He took it home and got it running pretty good. It looks a little rough, kinda rusty. He hadtall handle bars and a king and queen seat on it and a harly back wheel but heputstockbars and forks and the back wheel back on it. Still ahd the original seat sowe put that on too, much more comfortable. We were visiting and decided to ride, Irode the 750, my dad rode my uncles99 aspencade and my uncle rode his VTX 1800. We rode 120 miles and I had a blast on that 750, its a great bike and once it gets tuned up and straightened out perfectly itll be even better

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Louisa:

I needed something to go with my old Velorex sidecar, so I have been restoring my 1974 Honda 750-4. Ilove my Wing, but I swear the 750 is still the best thing that Honda ever built.

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dean wrote:
I love my Wing, but I swear the 750 is still the best thing that Honda ever built.

Hey dean :waving: The 750 was a good bike, :clapper: but the best machine that Honda has built is still the VFR 800 ABS :weightlifter:and a close second is The Blackbird CBR1100XX. :jumper:

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Wow, that brings back good memories!!

I bought a new 750 in 1973,Extended the forks ,Corbin seat and Drag pipes, was a grat bike, wish it had a 6th gear though like Susuki , should have kept it!

Sold it to a friend who had 6 kids and he got killed on it! will never sell to a friend again for any amount!
 

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I had a 1970 with twin front discs....it was stolen and replaced it with a 1972.Agree...lotsa great memories there and a super bike in its day.Tanx for sharing the memories and pic.
 
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