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1983 Honda vf750, v45 Interceptor, GoPro 2

Just got this 1983 vf750, v45 Interceptor. Has not been ridden in many years so not running as well as it should. Each time i ride this bike the performance improves, pleasantly surprised with this level of performance after almost 30 years with an average of 650 miles a year...... Since this ride a mechanic has tuned it but weather won't permit a test.


 


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I'm looking for offers on this bike. Interesting trades+cash whatever. I'm looking for newer Goldwings, sportbikes, etc. Tell me what it's worth to you... Email me at webbrunner4u_AT_gmail.com This is a 1983 Honda VF400F Interceptor (NC13) beautiful, original, unrestored, unmolested condition with less than 2000 miles from new. I do not know its history prior to spring of last year when I acquired this bike from a local collector. I believe this is a bike from an Asian country due to the oriental writing on the gas tank warning stickers and the Beet aftermarket rear-set kit. Beet is a Japanese motorcycle aftermarket parts supplier and having these rear-sets on this bike only adds to the uniqueness of this bike. This bike is not *perfect* but is in original condition with no mutilation, abuse or damage so common with this type of bike. Most of these bikes were raced or ridden by beginners/novices and often paid the price with a very high crash rate and few seem to have survived. To find a bike with this kind of low miles, preserved and undamaged in all the world is amazing at least and as soon as I say that you know somebody will find a warehouse full of these things new and uncrated but till then I'll stand by my statement. The Honda Interceptor line was a major point of reference in the development of what we consider modern sport bikes and this VF400F is one of the earliest ancestors of that heritage. I'll add that it only makes sense that this bike came to the states before the grey market flow of true exotics like VFR's, NSR's, RG Gamma's, RD500lc's became prevalent. Just a thought, no proof of that. I want a collector/motorcycle enthusiast that can appreciate the opportunity this bike represents. I am open to offers but scammers, low ballers, nit-pickers and dreamers will generally be ignored. Possession doesn't change hands till funds clear and bike is paid in full. I will provide you with a good, clear title once funds clear (immediately if you pay in cash). Title, license and registration are the buyers sole responsibility. This bike is a must have for the true Honda Interceptor collector. Thanks for your interest. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia... VF400F The first model of the Honda VF400F (NC13) was a "Naked style" motorcycle with bikini-cowling which looked like a MVX250. It had a 400 cc V4 engine and was produced in 1982 and 1983. Notable features were the inboard ventilated disc brakes, Honda's TRAC (torque reactive anti dive control) system and air assisted front & rear suspension. Engine Type: 399 cc, V4, 16valve, 4-stroke Cooling: Liquid Bore x Stroke: 55 mm x 42 mm Compression Ratio: 11:1 Power: 55.5 hp (41.4 kW) @ 12500 rpm Torque: 35.5 Nm (26.2 ft·lbf) @ 10500 rpm Transmission: 6 speed [edit]Wheels Front Tire: 100/90-16 Rear Tire: 110/90-18 Front Brakes: Single inboard ventilated disc Rear Brakes: Single inboard ventilated disc [edit]Dimensions Length: 2060 mm (81.1 inches) Width: 750 mm (29.5 inches) Height: 1160 (45.7 inches) Seat Height: 780 mm (30.7 inches) Wheelbase: 1415 mm (55.7 inches) Ground Clearance: 160 mm (6.3 inches) Fuel Capacity: 17 L (3.7 imp gal; 4.5 US gal) Dry Weight: 173 kg (381.4 pounds)





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