1977 CB750 / CR750 Tribute Replica, You Must See. For Sale
( BEAUTIFUL 1977 HONDA CR750 REPLICA SIGNED BY TOMMY ROB, WE CAN EASILY DELIVER THIS MOTORCYCLE ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD FOR AN EXTRA FEE )
1977 Honda CR750 Replica CB750 SOHC Single Over Head Cam. The bike started life as a standard Honda C750 four and was converted at huge expence into the Daytona winning replica that you see here.
For those not to familiar with the CR750 concept, it's an interesting story: in 1969,Honda had launced it's game changing CB750 four, and keen to establish the bikes credibility as a serious contender, it entered four of the machines in the 1970 Daytona 200. Success at Daytona offered huge benefits for the company in terms of promoting the Honda CB750 and consequently Honda signed up Dick Mann, Ralph Bryans and Tommy Robb to spearhead the assault. During the race Mann rode conservatively, preserving his machine whilst his major competitors retired with various problems, resulting in Mann taking victory. Honda had proved it's point.
Tommy Rob was an Irishman, who had been one of the first non Japanese riders to be signed for by Honda in the early 1960's and was a TT winner, was a great ambassador for Honda, Tommy is still alive and well, and until recently, still parading motorcycles, This particular CR750 was acquired from Ireland about 6 years ago and has been signed on the top of the fuel tank by the man himself Mr Tommy Rob + the fairing still carries its scrutineering sticker from the Isle Of Man TT, where it was paraded, You may also have seen the bike being paraded at the festival of 1000 bikes.
So how about the bike itself. I guess that the pictures tell most of the story, but there is more to the bike than meets the eye, First of all, unlike most of these replicas, the bike is road registered, and comes with a full V5c registration document, Prior to the bike being put on display, it was mot'd on a daytime only basis, The bike is ready to ride or show, Having said that, ignition is a total loss system due to the removal of the alternator to reduce engine width.
We have a huge history file that comes with the bike, including invoices, CR750 artlcles, relevant Classic Racer magazines, photographs of the build, and even a signed picture of Tommy Robb.
The engine has been rebuilt in fairly standard trim, albeit with Megacycle cam and a gas flowed head via The Cylinder Head Shop. Carbs are standard Honda for road use + we have a full brand new set of trick expensive Keihin CRs smoothbores ready for track day usage, the exhaust system is a bespoke 4 x megaphone system with detachable baffles. An oil cooler is fitted, and all lines on the bike are stainless braided, Again, unlike many of these replicas, both fuel and oil tanks are bespoke alloy, complete with polished Monza style fillers.
Running gear is equally impressive, with Genuine Morad flanged alloy rims and as new Avon Roadrunners. Braking is via the correct front twin disc conversion, with the rear being vented and converted to cable operation. Suspension has progressive units up front, and YSS dial a rides bring up the rear, There are loads of other beautiful little details, like the billet rearsets or the turned alloy instrument mount, and all go to present a stunning looking piece of history.
We are located in West London and open by appointment only, The bike can easily be delivered anywhere for an extra fee, Part exchange considered and welcome, All / most payments accepted, Please call the shop / showroom Monday to Friday between 10 and 5 during the day on the details below or you can try our 24/7 anytime mobile on 07973 11 12 13. please ask for Frank. our email address is using the button below
I have just been out for a ride on this on this machine down the A40 in West London to Beconsfield and back and must say i was impressed by its performance and road holding. WoW WoW WoW.
PLEASE NOTE: This is not you usual thrown together home made Cafe Racer out of a box of bits, everything is either bespoke or made by a skilled craftsman / engineer.
Price is very firm at £11,989
This bike is advertised on EBay UK, Please have a [email protected]@K and you will see 20 more nice pictures.
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INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING AND DELIVERY INFORMATION BELOW, PLEASE READ
Delivery can easily be arranged anywhere in the England and Wales, please enquire.
World Wide Shipping Easily Organised With - details above
These prices are based on a standard classic sized motorcycle – any bookings that are made, we will need to quote based on the specific bike, as the crate size may need to be bigger if it is a larger classic – this will then increase the shipping freight costs.
Perth £908.00 Sailing time 4 weeks
Sydney £955.00 Sailing time 6 weeks
Melbourne £955.00 Sailing time 6 weeks
Brisbane £920.00 Sailing time 5 weeks
Auckland £908.00 Sailing time 6 weeks
Christchurch £1140.00 Sailing time 6 weeks
Yokohama £930.00 Sailing time 6 weeks
Boston £880.00 Sailing time 3 weeks
New York £845.00 Sailing time 3 weeks
Chicago £939.00 Sailing time 3 weeks
Atlanta £950.00 Sailing time 3 weeks
Baltimore £880.00 Sailing time 3 weeks
Miami £974.00 Sailing time 3 weeks
Houston £927.00 Sailing time 3 weeks
Los Angeles £962.00 Sailing time 5 weeks
San Francisco £1009.00 Sailing time 6 weeks
Seattle £1021.00 Sailing time 6 weeks
Jebel Ali £808.00 Sailing time 3 weeks
Shanghai £806.00 Sailing time 4 weeks
Toronto £1021.00 Sailing time 3 weeks
Vancouver £1138.00 Sailing time 4 weeks
Montreal £1009.00 Sailing time 2 weeks
For all other countries please email us your address/location for a quote.
These prices include collection, packing, freight, fuel surcharges, documentation, handling and export clearances. The customer will then need to pay any import formalities and import clearances on arrival of the motorcycle at destination.
We can also put the customer in contact with an arrivals agent at destination to assist with arrival formalities and charges. They can also assist with forward delivery as required.
For shipments to Australia, Vehicle Import Approval (VIA) must be obtained prior to arrival in Australia. Applications usually take from 4-6 weeks to process and be returned. You can also apply for VIA online here.
The Australian Department of Infrastructure and Transport will require you to apply for the permit to import a vehicle. It normally takes between 15-20 days to process applications. The import procedure can be found here.
Insurance may be organised to cover the motorcycle for loss or damage during ocean transit. This is based on 1.5% of the bikes value + freight + 10%.
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We can easily arrange with the following to have this motorcycle delivered to your business or home address.
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