When it was released in 1969, the Honda CB750 revolutionized the motorcycle industry. With such state-of-the-art features as a 4-cylinder SOHC engine, electric starter, and front disc brake,the production motorcycle was the perfect base for a racing version. New, lighter materials were used for various engine components, the brake system was modified to use two front disc and two rear leading trailing brakes for greater stopping power, and Dunlop racing tires. It was with this machine that American motorcycle racing legend Dick Mann rode to victory at the 1970 Daytona 200 race.
About the Model
* Premium-quality semi-assembled display model of the Honda CB750 Racing.
* Sleek form of the racing bike, including the rounded windscreen, fuel tank, and body cowlings, accurately reproduced.
* Polycaps and precision screws ensure easy assembly of the model components.
* Front and rear wheels feature wheel rims and hubs made from aluminum and wheel spokes made from stainless steel for added realism.
* Aluminum bike stand conveniently included to display the model. Model is professionally finished in the paint scheme of Dick Mann’s 1970 Daytona 200-winning motorcycle.