Darling Motorcycle Works

1974 Honda CB350Four Cafe Racer

The Honda CB350Four is a statement as to what Honda engineers could do. The world’s first mini-multi, it was the smallest capacity multi-cylinder motorcycle to ever enter into full-scale production. One of the most distinctive features of the early Honda four-cylinder motorcycles was the four-into-four exhaust system. With its four header pipes dumping into four pleasingly- shaped conical mufflers, the bike looks stunning from both profile and rear views. A 1974 Honda CB350F holds the Classic Production Class Speed Record at Bonneville Salt Flats of speed of 128.91 kilometres per hour set in 2014.

This motorcycle has been customised into a Café Racer with a traditional Olive Green paint scheme, drop mirrors and retro circlet indicators. Has an electric start.

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