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Author Topic: CB360, 100 miles. Original or restored???  (Read 693 times)

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Re: CB360, 100 miles. Original or restored???
« Reply #1 on: Dec 14, 2016, 19:57:04 »
Looks pretty damn original.  Tires have a date code on them.  Maybe message to see what it is.  That will say a lot. I have a mint 78 CB750f in my garage that's a very similar situation with factory tires and all the factory markings.  They painted all the bolts with yellow paint on the assembly line after they were torqued and checked.  Had I not experienced it with the 750, I may not otherwise believe it to be truthful. 

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Re: CB360, 100 miles. Original or restored???
« Reply #2 on: Dec 14, 2016, 20:10:33 »
It is, and still truthful.......my 2800 mile 1974 CB350 four still has the original tires (dry rotting, but holding air)  and all the marks of torque and/or verification of assembly.

I am a quality inspector at a local Deere assembly plant and we still use the marking system for torques and assembly verification.
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