Honda introduced the CB750 to the US and European markets in 1969. The build quality, performance and price out classed virtually every bike available at that time, only Harley-Davidson with its loyal home market support and the Italian’s with their handsome styling could tempt buyers away from the then dominant British built motorcycle industry. Honda’s impact on the motorcycling World was nothing short of devastating, these large capacity bikes decimated British bike sales both home and abroad and rang the death knell for manufacturing in the UK, Honda had set a new standard that would be impossible to replicate for many years. This US market CB750 is a very rare semi-automatic version that was not available for the European market, negating the need for a hand clutch it makes the bike easier to ride for anyone with a weaker left hand. Recently imported and registered the bike now comes with UK documents and a UK MoT and is said to be in very good general order having received restoration work.