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1980 Honda Cm400a on 2040-motos

YearYear:1980 MileageMileage:7 ColorColor: Green
Location:

Belt, Montana, United States

Belt, Montana, United States
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Honda CM400A photos

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Honda CM400A tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):400 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Honda CM400A description

DON'T MISS OUT ON THIS CLASSIC HONDA. ALL ORIGINAL, UNMOLESTED BIKE. 
7800 MILES
NEW BATTERY
NEW PLUGS
TIRES LIKE NEW, NOT DRY. 
HAS OPTIONAL HONDA LUGGAGE RACK BACK REST AND CRASH BARS.
ELECTRIC AND KICK START. 
BRAKES GOOD, EVERYTHING WORKS
SEAT AND BACKREST PAD IN EXCELLENT CONDITION
TOOL KIT AND OWNERS MANUAL STILL PRESENT. 
PAINT AND CHROME ARE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION WITH NO RUST AND SHINE LIKE NEW,  WITH JUST A COUPLE SMALL IMPERFECTIONS WHICH IS NORMAL FOR A 36 YEAR OLD BIKE BUT DO NOT DETRACT OVERALL CONDITION. 
I WOULD CALL THIS HONDA A STRONG 9 1/2 OUT OF 10. ITS THAT NICE. 
THIS CLASSIC HONDA IS A BABY VERSION OF THE 750 CC HONDAMATIC WITH THE AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION. 
NO CLUTCH, JUST SHIFT INTO 1ST AND TAKE OFF, THEN SHIFT INTO 2ND. THATS IT. 
SO IF YOU'RE JUST STARTING OUT RIDING OR JUST WANT THE CONVENIENCE OF AN AUTOMATIC THIS IS THE BIKE FOR YOU. 
FEELS COOL TO RIDE AS IT JUST ACCELERATES WITH NO SHIFTING

PLEASE REMEMBER THIS IS NOT A NEW BIKE, IF THAT'S WHAT YOU'RE LOOKING FOR I CAN PROVIDE YOU WITH THE LOCATION OF YOUR LOCAL HONDA DEALER. 

BIKE IS BEING SOLD AS-IS, NO WARRANTY, BIKE IS ALSO FOR SALE LOCALLY

PAYMENT: PAYMENT DO WITHIN 7 DAYS UPON AUCTION CLOSE, THAT MEANS DON'T SEND PAYMENT ON 7TH DAY. SALE WILL BE CANCELLED
PAY ANYWAY YOU WANT, PERSONAL CHECK, MONEY ORDER, BANK CHECK, BANK TRANSFER.
BIKE AND TITLE GO NO WHERE TILL FUNDS CLEAR. 
PAYPAL ACCEPTED ONLY IF YOU PAY THE 4% FEE.

SHIPPING:  SHIPPING IS ALL ON YOU, REMEMBER THIS BIKE IS IN MONTANA, NOT LOS ANGELES,
GET SHIPPING QUOTES DURING THE AUCTION, I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT SHIPPING COSTS ARE. 
I'LL KEEP BIKE IN MY SHOP FOR 2 WEEKS, AFTER THAT $10 A DAY STORAGE KICKS IN.
JUST SOLD A BIKE TO A GUY IN AUSTRALIA, PAID AND PICKED UP BIKE WITHIN 4 DAYS. 
I LIVE ON A MAIN HIGHWAY WITH EASY ACCESS, I WILL NOT TAKE BIKE TO ANY LOCATION FOR PICKUP. 

IF YOU HAVE 5 OR LESS POSITIVE FEEDBACKS, PLEASE CONTACT ME BEFORE BIDDING OR YOUR BID WILL BE CANCELLED AND BLOCKED FROM BIDDING. I REALIZE EVERYBODY HAS TO START OUT, BUT TOO MANY BIDDERS SIGN UP, BID, THEN DON'T FINISH DEAL IF THEY WIN. 

SO CHECK OUT THIS GREAT BIKE, BID WHAT YOU CAN AFFORD AND WANT TO PAY. 
RESERVE IS SET TO SELL THIS BIKE AND WILL NOT BE REVEALED. 

CALL ME AT 302-275-1910 WITH QUESTIONS, I DON'T AND WON'T TEXT, NO WAY TO DO BUSINESS. 
I RARELY LOOK AT EMAILS SO PHONE CALLS ARE THE BEST. 

THANKS FOR LOOKING



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