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CB750

in the US people call it CB750K0, but as a matter of fact it is a CB750.

(Some more release details: scroll down!)

Date: June 6th, 1969(US): release of CB750-nothing- Frame # CB750 1000001 Engine # CB750E 1000001

Date: Unknown: release of CB750K0, Frame # CB750 1044826-1044947 Engine # CB750E 1044848-1045147 (only 121)

Pictures take July 23rd, 2000. Just after it got it's title. Happy me.....

 

 

It has a small sticker on the rear fender, saying:

EAGLE'S SPORT SHOP
Route 2 - Wilton, ME
SKI-DOO HONDA, MERCURY
SALES & SERVICE
TEL: 645-2500

Does this company still exist? Please mail me!

 

Have worked around 200 hours up to now, no showroon condition (yet). Will move toward 1000 hours coming two years....


Release dates:

Date: June 6th, 1969(US): release of CB750-nothing- Frame # CB750 1000001 Engine # CB750E 1000001

Date: Unknown: release of CB750K0, Frame # CB750 1044826-1044947 Engine # CB750E 1044848-1045147 (only 121)

Date: September 21st, 1970(US): release of CB750K1, Frame # CB750 1053399 Engine # CB750E 104481 (I miss one digit here!)

Date: March 1st, 1971(US): release of CB750K2, Frame # CB750 2000001 Engine # CB750E 200001

Date: Februari 1st, 1973(US): release of CB750K3, Frame # CB750 2200001 Engine # CB750E 2200001

Date: <unknown>, 1974(US): release of CB750K4, Frame # CB750 2300001 Engine # CB750E 2300001

Date: <unknown>, 1975(US): release of CB750K5, Frame # CB750 2500001 Engine # CB750E 2372115

Date: <unknown>, 1976(US): release of CB750K6, Frame # CB750 2540001 Engine # CB750E 2428762