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NEED HELP WITH SHIPPING New York to Washington

Please tell me someone can help me figure this out.
As most of you know, my wife and I are building a house. ..
I'll get to that

My uncle lives in Long Island, NY and is getting ready to move.
He contacted me with a statement,
Hey, Adam, as you know we're getting move. I have this old 71 Honda CB750.
I was going to sell it, but then I thought of you.
I know you would appreciate it.
If you can find a way to get it to you, it's yours.

I have always wanted an old Honda!!!


Normally, I could just go to the bank and get a loan.
With the house, I can't do that.
The money we have in savingsis going towards closing and all that.

Cheapest I have found is right at 700
Any info would be appreciated!!!

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try Uship, they bid for your lowest price


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The really choice CB 750 are the ones with sand cast engine cases.
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^ Aren't those super rare?

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^ Aren't those super rare?
Engines without broken fins are the most rare.....but yes, these are muy muy raro



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Good luck finding a good shipper Adam. I've heard prices of around $500 to ship a bike across country like that, but I suppose it depends somewhat on fuel prices. And they're getting high again right now.

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The only logical way would be to ride that sumanabitch !!!

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The really choice CB 750 IS THE ONE with sand cast engine cases.
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Even the one at Barber was newer.
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My 1971 free cb 750 was a hoot alot of learning and adjusting I got a spare bike for $80.00 with a mint seat an 8 ball and Sunday Morning a damn good looking running cb 750 rolled out of the garage...

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