The motorcycle is titled, is in nice condition for its age, looks great with clubman bars to give it the look of a cafe racer, has a four-into-one performance exhaust and is in running condition.
The Honda CB500 four, introduced early in the 1970s, was similarly styled to the CB750, but smaller and lighter, with an output of 48 bhp and a manufacturer’s specified top speed of 102 mph. Like the earlier CB750 it sported a single front hydraulic disc brake, rear drum brake, electric starter, and sohc 8-valve engine. It was deemed a better handling bike than the larger model.
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