1974 Honda CB750 Four K2

Honda CB750 Four K2

Year: 1974
Chassis no: DCB750SR341
Registration: FRN423M
Registered In: UK
Price: £10,000

1974 Honda CB750 Four K2

Registration Number:  FRN423M

A beautifully presented example of Honda's seminal & ground breaking machine.  This example is finished in unmarked candy ruby red & has covered just 18,000 miles from new.

This Motorcyle is in simply superb condition garged from new & not having seen rain or winter conditions.  It comes to us from a collection of equally pristine Motorcycles & cars.

The engine fires up instantly once fuel is turned on & the choke lever employed.  It settles down to an even idle & is simply a pleasure to ride.  The gear box is smooth & super easy to use in the usual Honda fashion.  The engine pulls strongly in all gears providing spirited perfomance for a motorcycle of that era.

THe motorcycle represents classic Japanese riding at its finest & is really in amazing time warp preserved conditon.  Not having ridden one of these before I was amzed at how easy it is to ride, being  very user friendly & with great nimble handling.  The combination of the 4 cylinder SOHC in line engine & front Disc brake, a first on a production bike sounded the death knell for the British motorcycle industry at the time & riding one of these up aginst comtemporary other manufacturers offerings can make you se why.

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1974 Honda CB750 Four K2

Registration Number:  FRN423M

A beautifully presented example of Honda's seminal & ground breaking machine.  This example is finished in unmarked candy ruby red & has covered just 18,000 miles from new.

This Motorcyle is in simply superb condition garged from new & not having seen rain or winter conditions.  It comes to us from a collection of equally pristine Motorcycles & cars.

The engine fires up instantly once fuel is turned on & the choke lever employed.  It settles down to an even idle & is simply a pleasure to ride.  The gear box is smooth & super easy to use in the usual Honda fashion.  The engine pulls strongly in all gears providing spirited perfomance for a motorcycle of that era.

THe motorcycle represents classic Japanese riding at its finest & is really in amazing time warp preserved conditon.  Not having ridden one of these before I was amzed at how easy it is to ride, being  very user friendly & with great nimble handling.  The combination of the 4 cylinder SOHC in line engine & front Disc brake, a first on a production bike sounded the death knell for the British motorcycle industry at the time & riding one of these up aginst comtemporary other manufacturers offerings can make you se why.

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