Cycle magazine called the CB750 'the most sophisticated production bike ever' upon its introduction and Cycle World called it a 'masterpiece'.
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The Dream CB750 Four was truly a monumental landmark in the history of motorcycles and its launch in 1969 caused Kawasaki to delay the launch of their own Superbike and return to the drawing board to think again.
Whether it does qualify as the first machine to be justifiably tagged a superbike has caused much debate over the years and Vincent Black Shadow and Brough Superior fans can raise a very valid argument that it isn't. Kawasaki aficionados will also be quick to remind how fast the H1 was in its day but, however lively the 500cc engine, the H1 certainly doesn't feel like a superbike beneath you with its small and flimsy frame.
The CB750 was capable of 120 mph and had fade-free high performance revolutionary disc braking combined with comfort and excellent instrumentation. It feels solid, stable and imposing beneath the rider and the ride and performance remains impressive even today. To experience a nice CB750 is a joy.
This K3 model is predominantly un-restored, and has covered an extremely low 6,282 miles from. The condition is entirely remarkable and it has clearly lived a very sheltered life.
Almost every component appears original except for the stunning new Flake Sunrise Orange paintwork and the correct new exhaust system. It also benefits from Boyer electronic ignition which is a very worthwhile and sypathetic upgrade. This is a real beauty
Despite a stout appearance and Hondas legendary solid build quality It is an extremely lithe and practical motorcycle in use and is ideally suited to short trips as well as long journeys. It really is a pleasure to own and ride and, with it now being included in the new classic vehicle tax exemption, it has a little extra bonus to ownership.