1978 Honda Gold Wing on 2040-motos
Honda Gold Wing description
Here is a Vintage, Blast from the Past, 1978 Naked Goldwing in pretty good condition overall. The tires are good & the Bike does run, but the carbs will need adjusting or perhaps, cleaning. The Gas Tank shows no sign of leakage. It does has a New Battery installed just a few weeks ago. Mileage is 38,515. It comes with a pair of rigid Saddlebags, but they're not currently mounted. As you can see, there isn't any Fairing or Windshield that comes with this Bike.The Oil Light Indicator has a small bubble in the lens, but it works properly, as do all of the Electrics. The images will show a Padded Sissybar & a Chrome rack. They are both Solid. Please note that the Seat does has a Tear/Split & there is some surface rust here & there. A side cover is missing.
I will include a new Manual for this Bike.
My reason for selling is because I have another Bike that gets a lot more "Saddle Time" and I don't need both of them right now.
Any shipping/transport must be taken care of by the buyer. I can assist with loading it onto a trailer.
The Bike will be sold as is.
Honda Gold Wing for Sale
Moto blogThu, 10 May 2012 00:00:00 -0700
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