1976 Honda CB750F Super Sport

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Honda’s CB750 was a game changer when it was first released, but by 1975 the bike had been overshadowed by the Kawasaki Z1. Honda responded with the F Super Sport alongside the K5 model. The F got a new gas tank, a rear disc brake, and a 4-into-1 exhaust. Other modifications improved horsepower and the chassis – Cycle magazine said “it handles better than any of the other Japanese superbikes.”

For more on the Super Sport, check out this article on Motorcycle Classics, where they suggest it’s a ‘best bet’ on a classic Honda of the future.

This example is offered by the second owner, who refurbished it in 2006 “with all new OEM parts, tires, brakes, chain, sprockets, clutch, new fork tubes , cables, and more. I pulled the engine and cleaned it, repainted the frame and side-covers to factory original appearance.” The tank was repainted and pinstriped, but the engine “needed no work.” The odometer shows 38,200 miles, and it’s offered with a clean New Hampshire title. The sale includes the original manual, shop manual, and original tool kit.

Find this CB750F for sale in New Hampshire for $6,000 here on Classic Motorcycle Consignments.

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