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globalfastener
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alright guys and gals.  pics will post in the next couple days.   i have a damn near mint condition cb750 ss that i will be parting out.  the exhaust, tank, shocks and bike in general are extremely nice.  email me with your part needs
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MarkPBG
Titled frame ('69-'76)
Handlebar control switches
140 MPH 1974 style speedo
12k, 9500RPM redline 1974 style tachometer
Mark Davis
Palm Beach Gardens, FL
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globalfastener
whats your email address?
 
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From: MarkPBG [via Honda CB750'S] [mailto:[hidden email]]
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To: 'globalfastener'
Subject: Re: parting a damn near mint condition cb750ss

Titled frame
Handlebar control switches
140 MPH 1974 style speedo
12k, 9500RPM redline 1974 style tachometer
Mark Davis
Palm Beach Gardens, FL
amateur photographer, hot rodder, motorcyclist, adventurer
"Four wheels move the body. Two wheels move the soul."



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cdaiscool
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Am I missing something, what's the year?
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globalfastener
just fixed ad.  its a 75
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Piute
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                                 parting a damn near mint condition 1975 cb750ss
        A mint even dang near would be worth more money as whole unless you don't have a title
                                                           4-6 K $$$$
                            1977 CB750 F2 Super Sport
<LET THOSE WHO RIDE DECIDE><RIDE TO LIVE-LIVE FOR JESUS> 
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globalfastener
no title with this one unfortunately.  ill get some pics up soon...yall can tell me what you think.  i am really kinda torn on splitting this one up.
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Piute


  You sell lots of bikes and part you have A location ,better yet a list,found this,
http://search.yahoo.com/search?p=globalfastener+750+honda&b=&fr=ie8
                            1977 CB750 F2 Super Sport
<LET THOSE WHO RIDE DECIDE><RIDE TO LIVE-LIVE FOR JESUS> 
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Lucky 1
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Why would you do that???
If it is near mint why not keep it together and sell it.
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Shiny Mike
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Howdy,i need the headlight bucket and ears.thanks shiny mike
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globalfastener
not sure if this headlight is stock

let me know
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globalfastener
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let me know what yall think about this bike.  if anyone is interested in the complete bike, feel free to make an offer.  i have many pics
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cdaiscool
I think it looks gorgeous and should stay together and ridden.

But it's not my bike, and I am not in a position to sell it. But you did ask for opinions
Turbos, Hondas, 4-bangers, what could go wrong?

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Shiny: [...] Considering the weather you've had to put up with I'd say you get an Iron Butt award and a Frozen Nipple trophy to go along with it. First time I've ever posted the word nipple... it ends here.
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mike piwinski
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Yea,the headlight is not stock,I cant use it.I can use the side covers though.I would rather see it sold complete though.If you part it out I would like a shot at the side covers.
 By the way different states have very different laws about getting title to old bikes.In Ohio I would rather fight the devil than try to get a title again.I'm under the impression that in the southern states getting a title is doable.You may tring to e-bay the bike.One sale,a lot less hassle and the bike stays on the road!?Good luck either way.Shiny Mike
 Lastly why do I have to put a number in the box to post a message.I did not have to before?
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cdaiscool
Huh? You shouldn't have to put any numbers in..

unless you're not signed in or something?
Turbos, Hondas, 4-bangers, what could go wrong?

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Shiny: [...] Considering the weather you've had to put up with I'd say you get an Iron Butt award and a Frozen Nipple trophy to go along with it. First time I've ever posted the word nipple... it ends here.
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Your not signed in Mike.
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Should a '75 SS have keyholes on it? Just curious
A free people ought not only be armed and disciplined, but they should have sufficient arms and ammunition to maintain a status of independence from any who might attempt to abuse them, which would include their own government.~George Washington



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globalfastener
key holes??  what do you mean?

i have plenty of pics if anyone is interested.  gauges read 9k miles.  
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shinyribs
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Sorry. The bike shows that it has "keyhole" style carburetors om it. I thought it would have had the "roundtop" style carburetors instead.
A free people ought not only be armed and disciplined, but they should have sufficient arms and ammunition to maintain a status of independence from any who might attempt to abuse them, which would include their own government.~George Washington



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