Honda CB350/4 1973
Honda CB350/4 1973 . In very nice condition with only 9605 miles on the clock. The bike came over from California then to Ireland then arrived here in the UK 12 years ago. The previous owner has refreshed the CB350 over the last 12 years. This work included restoring bright work, rear wheel rebuilt with original rims, re painted, Carbs were stripped and re built professionally. Starts and runs well. There are a few blemishes that can be seen in the photos. A very desirable model so be quick!
History: Honda followed its sensational CB750 with a range of smaller fours, the first of which - the CB500 - appeared in 1971. The half-litre newcomer was just as well specified as its larger brother, boasting an overhead-cam engine, five-speed gearbox, electric starter, and disc front brake. A 347cc version appeared the following year catering for riders who valued the refinement of a four yet wanted the lower running and insurance costs of a 350. Apart from a reduced cylinder bore and detail changes to tyre sizes, gearing, silencers, and rear brake, the CB350F was almost identical to the 500. At the time, the CB350F was the smallest capacity multi-cylinder motorcycle ever to enter volume production. Produced into 1974, the model was sold in Europe but never officially imported into the UK where the CB350 twin was the factory's preferred offering.