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This 1975 Honda GL1000 Gold Wing is powered by a water-cooled 999cc opposed four-cylinder paired with a five-speed transmission, and was refurbished with new Candy Blue Green paint under previous ownership. The bike reportedly spent time in Denver, Colorado before being acquired from an Arizona collector two years ago by the selling dealer. Subsequent work included a general inspection as well as replacement of the starter and battery, and approximately 230 miles have since been ridden. This Gold Wing is offered at no reserve in California with a clean Arizona title.
The bike dates from the inaugural model year of the Gold Wing and is said to have been refinished in Candy Blue Green with a black frame while in Arizona. The bodywork features red and gold striping as well as factory-style logos and decals.
The 4.2-gallon fuel tank was located below the seat from the factory to maintain a lower center of gravity, and a fuel gauge is located where the filler cap would normally reside. The faux tank contains a storage compartment, electronics, and access to the fuel filler and coolant reservoir.
The front end features 37mm forks with dual disc brakes, while a single disc brake is fitted in the rear. Wire-spoke wheels wear Dunlop tires.
Instrumentation consists of a 150-mph speedometer and a used replacement tachometer with an 8,5oo-rpm redline and a built-in temperature gauge. Approximately 27k miles are shown on the five-digit odometer.
The water-cooled 999cc SOHC flat-four is fed by four 32mm Keihin carburetors and was factory-rated at 80 horsepower. Features include belt-driven camshafts, a gear-driven alternator that counter-rotates to offset the engine’s torque reaction, and a removable kick starter. The five-speed transmission is mounted below the engine and transfers power to the rear wheel via a shaft drive. A general inspection was carried out in 2017 along with replacement of the electric starter and battery.