No Reserve: 1974 Honda CB360T

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This 1974 Honda CB360T was acquired by the selling dealer from the family of its original owner and shows just under 2,900 miles. The bike is powered by a 356cc parallel twin with a 6-speed transmission and was recently fitted with a new battery, new tires, and petcock. Valve and cam chain adjustments were also carried out along with carburetor work, and approximately 50 miles have been added since the service. This CB360T is offered with an owner’s manual, tool kit, factory-supplied keys, and a clean Vermont title. The fuel tank and side covers are finished in blue with the correct emblems, bright trim, and factory decals. The bike was reportedly stored indoors though wear is shown in the finish, including pitting on the chrome and age-related corrosion on the case, lower fork legs, wheels, and hardware. The CB360T differed from the earlier CB360 with the addition of a hydraulic front disc brake. The master cylinder, brake lines, and caliper were flushed on this example after removal from storage, and the control cables were lubricated and adjusted. Chrome wire wheels wear new period-style tires, and the original Bridgestone tires will also be included if the buyer desires them. Instrumentation consists of a 110 mph speedometer, a 12k-rpm tachometer, and a 5-digit odometer showing just over 2,880 miles. The turn signal relay and many of the bulbs were recently replaced by the selling dealer. The seat wears the original cover and the keys are noted to match the lock cylinders. The air-cooled 356cc parallel twin is paired with a 6-speed transmission. The selling dealer recently replaced the battery, spark plugs, points, condenser, petcock, fuel hoses, and engine oil. The valves, timing, and cam chain were adjusted and the carburetors cleaned, resealed with new O-rings, and synchronized. A detailed walk-around video is provided below:

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