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1983 Honda Cb on 2040-motos

YearYear:1983 MileageMileage:51
Location:

Benicia, California, United States

Benicia, California, United States
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Honda CB description

For sale is a 1983 Honda CB1100F. It has 51,837 miles. The motorcycle does run but will need work to get it roadworthy. The tank appears to be clean on the inside. I do have the original airbox. The tires have good tread on them. The brakes will need to be gone through as they are sticking.  Lastly the front cam chain tension bolt is loose and will need a helicoil repair.  Please look at the photos carefully. Included with the purchase is an original exhaust from a different bike. The exhaust does have scratches on the sides. There is also a small patch that was placed on #3 header (look at the last picture). The bike is from Louisiana and has a title from there as well.  I shipped it California but did not get the motorcycle registered.   Let me know if you have any questions. 

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