1973 Honda CB350/4
After the success of the benchmark CB750, Honda released a plethora of models that looked like smaller versions, like a Russian Doll display. First out was the 500 in 1971, but it didn’t suffer in specification: an overhead-cam engine with five-speed gearbox, electric starter and disc front brake. In 1972, a 347cc version appeared, retaining all the refinement of its four-cylinder stablemates with lower running costs.
The motorbike offered
This 1973 Honda CB350/4 comes to us from a Northern California vendor. It was purchased a little over a decade ago from a Washington collector, who set out to collect just about everything the Japanese manufacturer ever produced on two wheels, he reached 117 bikes and then decided to change direction and divest himself of the collection.
Under present ownership, this original paint example has been regularly maintained and enhanced by the ever-stylish 4-into-1 exhaust. Serviced to ready it for sale, the bike is ready to be enjoyed by its new custodian.