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1986 Honda Interceptor on 2040-motos

US $7000
YearYear:1986 MileageMileage:29

Dayton, Ohio, United States

Dayton, Ohio, United States
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Honda Interceptor tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):700 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty TypeType:Sport Bike For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Honda Interceptor description

Up for bids and sold to the highest bidder is this 1986 Honda VFR700 Interceptor. All original. Owned for many years by an Air Force mechanic at WPAFB. Runs very well. New battery this year. No leaks or smoke. Shifts through the gears smoothly. All electronics appear to work as intended. Turn signals and horn works. All gauges work. The bike looks nice but is not perfect. Some light damage around right turn signal as seen from bike falling over. Also tail has been riveted from the fall over. It was not laid down or rashed. Paint and decals are all original. Some light scratches and small dings but the machine presents well as seen. A few minor cracks on left lower plastic but no rash. Also a few 2 small fairing bolts are gone but easily replaced. 29k original miles and was always maintained properly. Clear Ohio title. Runs and rides well. Could use a set of tires. Rear might have a season left and the front is well worn. The original exhaust looks nice with no rash. The seat is in intact with no rips. Still has the stock windshield attached with some factory sticker residue left. This machine is sure to appreciate over the years. The Interceptors are hard to find with the original exhaust, airbox and paint. The red white and blue is the best looking of the color schemes in my opinion.

Email with questions. Buyer to pays $500 non refundable deposit with 3 days of auctions end and balance due within 7 days. ***I WILL ACCEPT PAYPAL. I ACCEPT INTERNATIONAL BIDDERS. ALL NUMBERS MATCH AND CAN BE EXPORTED> I can assist with loading at you or your shippers convenience from my commercial location 45410. I can store the motorcycle for up to 30-45 days with payment in full received within allotted time.   Please be sure to look closely at all of the pictures so you see exactly what you’re bidding on! As is- where is- as found. All sales final. No chargebacks or refunds allowed for any reason. This is an as-is vehicle, which means that once you buy it, you own it with all faults (known or unknown). By bidding on my item you agree with my terms set forth above.  IF YOU HAVE NO FEEDBACK YOU MUST EMAIL PRIOR TO BIDDING OR YOUR BID WILL BE CANCELED. . IF I EMAIL AND YOU DO NOT RESPOND YOUR BID WILL BE CANCELED.  I WILL ACCEPT BIDS FROM INTERNATIONAL BUYERS. PLEASE ARRANGE YOUR OWN SHIPPING AND I WILL ASSIST.

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