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1985 HONDA INTERCEPTOR VF500F. Only 6013 miles
The bike is excellent mechanically. I have rode this bike for several years. 3 years ago added new tires, all fluids replaced, New bake rotors and pads, and a safety inspection. I have put about 200 miles on bike since then. It hasn't been rode in about 8 months so it needs a battery and maybe the carbs cleaned. But other than that it is mechanically great. I am going to try to sell as is, if I can't I will start it and ask a little more.
Cosmetics: the bike has chips and scratches and needs some touchup work to be better. It has more scratches that I would expect for a bike with only 6000 miles, but that is why the low price. Still it looks great for a 30 year old bike.
This bike has a clean title and is sold as is.
Please text me any questions or if you need more pictures at 520-909-1161
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