• I was going to comment on the OEM replacement pipes, but Gianni beat me to it. Not cheap these days. Unless I'm missing something, though, that seat is an OEM-style replacement but should say HONDA across the back in lieu of the tag that is sticking out. Still looks quite nice, though.

    I need to get my CB400F engine reassembled stat.

    • I bet if you look you could find a replacement seat cover with HONDA on the back. I bought one for our XR80 a few years ago that had the correct stencil.

      Love the pipes on a CB400F!

    • Oh sure, they're out there – just not on this bike if that's important to you.

      Engine is slightly more disassembled than this at the moment:

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    • Let's see… Canned goods, check. Ammo, check. Medical supplies, check. Partially assembled motorcycle engine, check. We should be good for the coming apocalypse…

  • Separately – ring-a-ding-ding-ding RD350 for $1000 – denver.craigslist.org/mcy/5554645174.html
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  • These are great reliable bikes this looks pretty clean My Honda Buddy loves these with the sandcastings as he calls them.

    • The true "sandcast" 750's were only built in 1969 until dies were ready and they switched over to the diecast 750. Only about 7,000 sandcast's were built and they sell for around $40K in a condition similar to this '74.

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