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Offline Bill/BentON Racing

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MOTORCYCLE OF THE CENTURY 1969 HONDA CB750KO w/pics
« on: July 18, 2012, 02:42:36 pm »
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Get the September issue of Motorcyclist Special Colledctor's Edition,The CB750KO is KING!!!!!Like we didn't know! ;)
I'll post pics if photobucket acct starts working.Bill
P.S. You want this issue!!! ;D
Fixed my photobucket/computer problem!

Not on stands yet.


Thank You Indeed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ;D


See!!!

Yes,a terrific,terrific motorcycle!The understatement of the century!

Well,there you go,off to work on Samauto and Calendar Girl!! ;) ;D Bill......Thank you,Mr.Honda,you changed my life! 8)
« Last Edit: July 20, 2012, 05:21:31 pm by Bill/BentON Racing »
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1993 HRC RS125 | 1984 NS400R | 1974 Honda CB750/836cc (Calendar Girl) | 1972 CB 500/550 Yoshi Kitted 590cc | 1965 Honda CB450 Black Bomber | 1972 Suzuki T350 | 1973 88cc | Z50/Falcons Pit Bike | 1967 CA100| 1974 CB350 (400F motor)...and more.
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Re: MOTORCYCLE OF THE CENTURY 1969 HONDA CB750KO
« Reply #1 on: July 18, 2012, 05:47:40 pm »
Preaching to the choir is good practice.........it confirms your convictions for 'other' opportunities to voice your opinion.

When I go to bike events such as VMD (Mid-Ohio) and get a group of listeners for a few minutes, I pose the question......If $$$ was not a concern.....what would be the top-ten bikes in your collection?  I have asked this question several hundered times and will confirm that an early CB750 is likely to be the most repeated bike, but not necessarily in the majority top-five.  Its also of interest to hear responses based on most valuable versus personal preferrence.

So now that the media has confirmed our opinion......will the prices go up?
Dennis in Wisconsin
'64 Triumph Cub & '74 Honda CB750 Bonneville Salt Flats AMA Record Holder (6)
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'66 CL77 Red
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Re: MOTORCYCLE OF THE CENTURY 1969 HONDA CB750KO w/pics
« Reply #2 on: July 20, 2012, 05:23:33 pm »
BUMP/Updated w/pics! ;D
BentON Racing Website
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Over 35 years of experience working on vintage motorcycles, with a speciality in Honda SOHC/4 with a focus on the CB750 and other models as well from 1966 - 1985.
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1993 HRC RS125 | 1984 NS400R | 1974 Honda CB750/836cc (Calendar Girl) | 1972 CB 500/550 Yoshi Kitted 590cc | 1965 Honda CB450 Black Bomber | 1972 Suzuki T350 | 1973 88cc | Z50/Falcons Pit Bike | 1967 CA100| 1974 CB350 (400F motor)...and more.
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Re: MOTORCYCLE OF THE CENTURY 1969 HONDA CB750KO w/pics
« Reply #3 on: July 21, 2012, 11:28:21 am »
Bill.......more exposure on the main page..........Maybe MOTORCYCLIST should offer a special price for direct mail to our members.  The picture of the restored red bike is very nice....BUT...why does that bike with the wrong tank trim and a few other shortcomings show up when there are hundreds of 100-point restorations available for a photo-op?
Dennis in Wisconsin
'64 Triumph Cub & '74 Honda CB750 Bonneville Salt Flats AMA Record Holder (6)
CB750 Classic Bonneville Racer thread - http://forums.sohc4.net/index.php/topic,135473.0.html
'63 CL72 Project(s)
'66 CL77 Red
'67 Triumph T100C
'73 750K3 Owned since New
'77 750F2 Cafe Project
2000 Aprilia Pegaso

 

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