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1983 Honda Cb on 2040-motos

US $9900
YearYear:1983 MileageMileage:3
Location:

Loganville, Georgia, United States

Loganville, Georgia, United States
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Honda CB tech info

WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller TypeType:Sport Bike

Honda CB description

Up for auction is a beautiful 1983 CB1100f with 3,560 original documented miles! This bike was built for only ONE year! I am the third owner and have a clear title in my name. 

The second owner bought it in 2009 with 3,200 miles on it and only drove it 300 miles in seven years. I have a copy of the title from the second owner documenting the miles. This bike is pristine condition and obviously fast. 

The following was done by the second owner:
The bike was disassembled and frame sandblasted and repainted. The wiring harness was re-wrapped. All red paint was repainted and four coats of clear applied. Wheels look new and not sure if they were refinished. Works Performance rear shocks. Seat recovered. New chain but has original sprockets. Valves checked and new valve cover gasket. Honda CBR929 coil with wires for better spark. I also have the original coil. Both master cylinders and front and rear calipers rebuilt. Carbs have been jetted with adjustable needles. 

The pictures does not show but a new set of Michelin Pilot Activ tires front and back. 

V&H header was put on in 1983 by original owner and sounds GREAT! I have both original keys with one key still has plastic sleeve on it. I have the original center stand but it is off the bike. Feel free to ask any questions by email. Leave your number and I will call you back.

This bike is for sale locally and I have the right to end the auction early. Happy Bidding!!

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