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I recently acquired a flawless NOS tank for a 72 CB350 in Bacchus Olive. And I mean flawless. I'm sure I paid too much for it, but my plan was to buy the correct bike to put it on... no joke. Yes, I tend to do things backwards. But as I'm researching the CB350's in these years, I'm noticing the 1970 redlines at over 10k, but the 72's redline at 9k. My assumption was that all motors are identical and the only changes from the K2, K3, K4, etc. was all cosmetic. Is this true?

Another thing that's throwing me off is the NADA values. Why is there such a decrease for the 1972?

1970 CB350 K2 $3695
1971 CB350 K3 $3695
1972 CB350 K4 $2215

Thanks in advance!

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The older 350 had a hotter cam in it with a higher redline. With 350s, the older they are, the more they're worth (assuming similar condition). Those NADA values aren't real world numbers.
 

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Ahhhh... that explains it! Thanks.
 
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