So you want that Triumph Bonneville style but you have a budget that leaves you searching for poorly running or chopped up examples. Why not jump ship to much-loved model from Japan, which arrives today in the form of this 1973 Honda CB350. Honda produced the CB350 twin from 1968 until 1973. A seller in California has this final production year example on his hands, and that’s a good thing because it means this two wheeler has disc brakes up front.
Keep reading for the full description, and then sound off with regards to the $2,600 asking price.
Up for sale is a classic 1973 Honda CB350G motorcycle. This is the rare CB350 model with the front disc brake. (produced only one model year)
The bike is in strong running condition, but runs rich and will benefit from a rejetting.
Registration is good thru 2012, title is clean and in hand.
$2600 OBO. Cash only.
Serious inquiries only. No lowballers.
Will consider trades for a 2004 or newer EX500 or GS500F. Clean titles, excellent condition only.
Test rides are welcome, but only with cash in hand and M1.
Feel free to set up a meeting and conduct any mechanical tests or inspections.
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Does the price sound right or is a bit of nostalgia getting in the way? A strong-running classic is certainly worth a look when the seller is asking for a sum under three large. Plus, if you loved The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, you can opt to pay homage to the film this way instead of, you know, with a dragon tattoo.