Honda CB500 Four in Movies
This one is a pain. A dark bike in a dark forest at night. Chopper handlebars and I would have said that plate (2nd thumb) is AGT 74L but that is a dead end. ACT 74L comes up as a red Puch 50cc, but I have my doubts.... DVLA details for ACT 74L are: Date of First Registration 06 04 1973 Year of Manufacture Not Available Cylinder Capacity (cc) 49cc CO₂ Emissions Not Available Fuel Type PETROL Export Marker N Vehicle Status SORN in place Vehicle Colour RED Vehicle Type Approval Not Available Hi dsl, share your doubts, could this be more in the way of classic british Twin made in Japan Honda CB 350 http://www.learnerapproved.com/lams_images3/HONDA_CB-350.jpg 1973 Norton Commando 750S or 850 e.g. Link to "www.daranok.com" 2cyl retrofitted with 2 in one pipes The paint on the tank would suggest it is a circa 1974 Honda CB500 Four. I did think in my I-know-nothing-about-bikes mode that the tank decoration looked Honda-ish.
would agree it is 4cyl Honda, with 4 in 1 pipe.
L'ultimo treno della notte
I was trying to work out whether this bike was K1 or K2, I found this site with info - http://forums.sohc4.net/index.php?topic=81835.0 - and it seems that different markets received different specification bikes, so can't say for certain. I guess the bike here is new and the colour is that seen on later models. I very nearly bought a CB500 Four new in 1971 - I had a 1970 CB350 at the time and was looking to upgrade, but bought one of the last new BSA 650s instead.
The picture shows a shop in Italy.
Giovanni Falcone, l'uomo che sfidò Cosa Nostra
According to the plate it's a 498cc It is a CB500T, the last variant of the dohc CB450.
Gros doute sur le fait qu'il s'agisse d'un Twin... Plutôt dernière évolution d'un CB 500 Four. Avec un 4 en 2 pas d'origine... Mais la silhouette ni la livrée ne ressemblent au CB 500 T...
Forme du réservoir, caches ACT... c'est pas une 750 (de plus, on voit sur la deuxième photo les pots "trompette"), mais une CB 500 Four de 1972.
Honda CB500 four (1973) or CB550K four (1974-75) (repainted, so can't point further) Pour moi, CB 500 Four de 1975 pour certains détails: garde-boue avant, réservoir, selle. Mais tableau de bord typique des 550... Un joyeux bitza?
This bigger meters were introduced in '73 500four, also '74- 550k four uses same meters. Identify point is only a paint(stripe), but repainted
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CB 500? It looks bigger, it's a 750 K-Series
It is a CB500 Four. Note the cylinders are vertical. The CB750 cylinders are inclined forward.
Les petites fugues
Pas 350 avec les échappements "trompette". Mais, selon moué, 500. Coursifiée (double disque avant, ensemble selle-réservoir de lusque...)
The Alien Factor
500/4 or 550/4 K? Too dark to make out the paint job. Pots d'échappement et peinture du réservoir: CB 500 Four...
Could be a 550 K0, that's why I left it open.
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500/4 K0 or K1 in Candy Garnet Brown. Paid £100 for mine in that colour, crap brakes & knackered suspension, thrashed it to death. Great Fun!
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The yellow is a 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle
I think the second bike is a ca.1974 Honda CB500/4 but the front one is too blurred. Can you have another go at getting a clearer pic? It might be a Moto Guzzi.
The Fourth Protocol
Honda CB750 with a modified seat and four-into-one exhaust.
nzcarnerd, you were close ...DVLA says it's a 500 The enquiry is complete The vehicle details for JEB 98N are: Date of Liability 01 12 1995 Date of First Registration 18 07 1975 Year of Manufacture 1975 Cylinder Capacity (cc) 498CC CO2 Emissions Not Available Fuel Type Petrol Export Marker Not Applicable Vehicle Status Unlicensed Vehicle Colour BLACK Vehicle Type Approval null
Honda CB 500/4 K(?) Police Four. C'était même écrit sur les caches latéraux.
If one searches for HONDA CB on the site, he/she discovers numerous examples of similar ambiguity.
- CB 500 Four