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Honda Cb900f Supersport on 2040-motos

US $6,900.00
YearYear:1981 MileageMileage:9950 ColorColor: Black

Ipswich, Massachusetts, United States

Ipswich, Massachusetts, United States
Honda CB900f Supersport, US $6,900.00, image 1

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I acquired this bike last summer from the original owner who purchased the bike new in Japan while he was stationed there in the navy. Before I got the bike it had been sitting in a garage for 10 years and had not run. It had a full tank of gas and a tank liner that had failed. Over the winter I resurrected her. The tank has had the failed liner removed and a new (Redcoat) liner installed by a professional who specializes in tank restoration. I've completely disassembled the carburetors and soda blasted them clean and rebuilt them with all the necessary new parts. The calipers and master cylinders have been completely rebuilt with new parts all around. There are also new brake pads and brake hoses front and rear. The bike has fresh oil and filter, spark plugs and air filter. Tires are in excellent condition. Everything works as it should. The bike is all stock except for the 4 into 1 Kerker exhaust, rear shocks and mirrors. Bike comes with the complete original tool kit and owners manual. It has the original paint but it could use some attention. It is only original once and I've opted to let the next owner decide what they want to do with it. I have a mostly complete documented history from the original owner as well as for the work I have done. I have put about 40 miles of test ride on this bike. I'll probably test ride it some more as the weather improves. Will consider a Yamaha TW200 towards a trade.

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