Sidecar Honda CB750 for sale is the coolest machine on the internet
A Honda CB750 in itself one of those motorcycles that finds itself in the wish list of almost every motorcycle connoisseur around the world. The machine marks a turning point in the world of motorcycle culture where riders finally bid farewell to unreliable, leaky, bone-jarring machines that needed greasy fingers every time they had to be started. The Honda CB750 brought in an era of reliable, yet powerful motorcycles; something unheard from British and Italian machines of the era. In an era of the Ton-up boys, the CB750 came in as a reliable daily driver that could be easily pushed beyond 200kmph. The CB750 truly was the world’s first superbike, in an era where the term wasn’t even coined yet. This Honda CB750 for sale here comes from those very early years of the Universal Japanese Motorcycle.
We here at ColumnM aren’t new to the spectacular restorations that take place at Legend Motors who are based in Lille, France. They have previously restored a beautiful Laverda 750 SF, Ducati 750SS and an original Ducati Scrambler 350 with stunning levels of details. All historically significant motorcycles, but this 1971 Honda CB750 turns the cool dial up to a million. Thanks to the combination of the machine being an early K1 model, a successor to the 1970 Honda Cb750 (K0 Model). Moreover, the K1 model was sold in just 3,259 units across France. Secondly, it comes with what could be easily called the coolest single-seater Eagle sidecar painted in a unique metallic golden finish.
As for the K1 Honda CB750 that’s for sale; it comes in an impeccable fit and finish with chrome coated parts that can double up to check the partition on your Brylcreem hair. The price of €14,800 ($15,650) might be right up there with some modern machines, but the pedigree the CB750 four holds today cannot be seconded by any other for sure. Furthermore, there are no alterations to the engine, the Honda cb750 specs are still bone stock. Legend Motors calls it “motorcycle of the century” and we agree!
Image source – Legend Motorcycles