The motorcycle that changed everything

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The motorcycle that changed everything

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Couple projects , 1973 K 3 and 1978 F3 , kinda slow today, one of my favorite pictures
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I am dissolving my collection of used and NOS parts that I accumulated over 15 years for the restoration of a K'76.
Two major tickets that I still have is a set of 4-4 -341- pipes (original Honda) and a set of NOS 1975 Planet Blue bodywork. Tank and sidecovers. If you know anybody.... :think:
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Those 341's bring some good money , We i restored that K3 pictured for a friend he paid close to $ 1.200.00 for a clean set of 4 on this build. EMS if you are serious about thinning out parts it may be worth going on the SOCH forum they are always looking for nice parts > Post 15 fella was looking for them , Greg http://www.cb750.com/threads/607-Original-exhaust

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Re: The motorcycle that changed everything

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Just look at that front end, looks like something on a CBX ?

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Gearheadgregg wrote:Just look at that front end, looks like something on a CBX ?
Well, they both used 35mm Showa forks, right?
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Pics of Perry, my '79.

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Syscrush wrote:
Gearheadgregg wrote:Just look at that front end, looks like something on a CBX ?
Well, they both used 35mm Showa forks, right?
Yep this is the same front end they used on the CB750 F 2-3 and brakes also

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