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2000 Honda VFR yellow
(only year yellow was made)
Bike is in great shape and is turn key. Inspection up to date. (mileage 6k a year, total 84K)
In the last year: New chain and sprockets, Oil change ever 2k, fork refresh IE new oil and seals, New Tires, brake fluid, new brake pads, coolant change once a year, clutch master and slave cylinder rebuild. Service up to date. This bike is in great shape and it has been industry owned all its life.
There is a small crack in the front fender right hand side, which is shown in picture 4. There are a few small scratches on the rear seat cowel, other than that there is no damage other than normal wear on bike.
I am happy to answer any other questions you may have. I can arrange pick up from airport if needed. If you are going to ship the bike, that is something you will need to work out details on.
"The Honda VFR800i 2000 is the best version of the best motorcycle ever built according to some. Honda VFR800i is a consumate all-rounder that looks great and goes better whether you’re on a track day, commuting or heading on a two week holiday with pillion and luggage. Honda VFR800i is an evolution of the VFR750, which started life as a sports bike but ended as a super sports tourer." (motorcyclenews)
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