1984 Honda VFR 700 interceptor

84 Honda interceptor for sale $1500.00.

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1985 Honda Interceptor VF700F Walkaround
A quick look at my bike for sale on eBay http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1985-Honda-VF700F-Interceptor-Great-running- condition-Classic-good-looks-/150995490451?_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649&ssPage Name=STRK:MESELX:IT&forcev4exp=true#ht_1621wt_1165





1986 HONDA VFR750 Last Ride
Sold on eBay with this being last short spin before being shipped!





1984 VF 750 F honda intercepter
1984 VF 750 F honda intercepter





Honda VFR 700 RC24 - Shopping cont.
This is another video of my quest to find a decent first bike. Since i have some experience riding my options are a little more diverse. This is a great "first" bike option (cost wise) (not so much for beginners) it's riding position is not too aggressive, it is considered a Sport/Touring bike. This has arguably been one of Honda's all time greatest bikes ever produced and is loved by many enthusiasts. The reason is because of it's versatility, power and reliability, not to mentions it's mean sound. The Exhaust note is really incredible. This is a decent bike and offers any rider comfort, sport and halfway decent fuel economy. Model History/Identification by Steve Fischer In the US, there were three different VFR700 models sold, each with a California variant. The California version is easily identified by the presence of extra plumbing attached to the front head that runs to an AICV diaphragm valve under the right lower fairing (among other various emission control additions). In 1986, the red, white and blue VFR700F was introduced as a tariff-beater for the tax imposed on Japanese imports above 700cc. As I understand it, this tariff was intended to protect Harley-Davidson since their product was over-priced and under-engineered when compared to most imports. The VFR700F looked nearly identical to the VFR750F, but cost some $800 less (in '86 that difference was huge). The 86VFR700F sported the look of the 750, with round instruments (and detachable speedometer). The only cosmetic difference was the lower fairing graphics now read "VFR" as opposed to "VFR 750".




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