1983 Honda V65 Motorcycles for sale
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Lowville, New York
1983 HONDA V65 magna, This is a very nice 1983 Honda V65 Magna with V-4 engine. The Magna was and still is one of the most Iconic bikes ever!! It was well known for being the fastest street production bike of it's time. Don't miss out!!
Used 1983 Honda V65 Magna (1100cc). Clean Title, Not Salvaged. Small dent in fuel tank. New Fairing, Handle bars & Grips. (original bars sold with bike) Leather saddle bags included. Newer rear tire (less that 500 miles)Rides and Runs good. No mechanical issues.
Trim V65 Magna
This is the last one time list and price for $750, this is a great deal. This is a 1983 Honda V65 Magna with less than 34,000 miles. Bike is in fair to good condition. There is some rust around steel bolts and some chrome...I.E. triple trees, headlight cover, front fender. Bike has sat the least 3 years, unable to ride due to health. Runs good, has some new parts....pretty new tires, brakes, seat cover, oil change. Had plans to restore, have extra parts...tank, side covers, tail cover, new original turn signals -1. Hate to give her up. Bike sold as in, As is condition. Buyer responsible for shipping, I will assist if I can. Any questions please send them to me. Thanks for looking here and Happy Shopping.
Mount Airy, Maryland
1983 Honda V 65 Magna Rough but complete.Been sitting in barn for 15 years.I hooked up battery and it turned over and most everything worked/lights/horn/ect. I have a Pennsylvania title from the original owner.Needs lots of work.1100 CC.60853 Miles Any questions Mike 301 252 2618
Trim V65 Magna
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1983 Honda V65 MAGNA, Affordable Power!
Fayetteville, North Carolina
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Original condition low mileage runs great, always maintained and garage kept. 1983 Honda V65 Magna — The First Power Cruiser Honda V65 Magna Claimed power: 116hp @ 9,500rpm Top speed: 137mph (period test) Engine: 1,098cc liquid-cooled DOHC 90-degree V4 Weight: 618lb (wet) Honda’s 1983 V65 Magna marked a major departure in motorcycle design. For the first time, a Japanese motorcycle maker’s fastest, most powerful motorcycle had pull-back handlebars and its footpegs well in front of the seat. The Power Cruiser had been born. Sure, Harley-Davidson had been making foot-forward cruisers just about forever, and Yamaha had introduced the “special” stepped-seat, beach-bar look in the late Seventies, but it was Big Red that put serious power in the picture. The Honda V65 Magna was built around a 65ci double overhead cam V4 that delivered more than 100 horsepower to the back wheel, propelling the muscular missile to sub-11-second standing quarters at nearly 125mph. Not every pilot could pull off that party-piece, though. A 45/55 front-to-rear weight bias and laid-back riding position meant keeping the front wheel down was a challenge. And if the road threw you a curve, the lazy 30-degree rake, 63-inch wheelbase and light front end meant vague steering and a tendency to run wide. With the rider’s weight mainly butt-supported, road imperfections could jar the spine, while dialing back the fully adjustable twin shocks invited jacking from the shaft final drive. And although the thrust of the big V4 was seductive, it wasn’t all plain sailing: In city riding, Cycle magazine’s March 1983 test found a combination of too much driveline lash and under-damped CV carbs made for a “low-speed, jerk and lurch routine.” Even so, Cycle said it was the engine that was by far “the V65’s best feature, and motorcyclists who buy the V65 on looks will quickly find themselves enchanted by the 1100’s performance.” The source of this excitement was a 1,098cc liquid-cooled, 90-degree V4 with four overhead camshafts. Each pair of camshafts was driven from the center of the four-main-bearing crank by its own chain, opening four valves per cylinder at a narrow (for the time) 38-degree included angle via screw-adjustable rockers. Primary drive was by straight-cut gears using a split gear on the crankshaft to reduce lash and gear noise and a semi-slipper, diaphragm-spring clutch that allowed half of the plates to release during over-aggressive downshifting. A 6-speed gearbox (five plus overdrive, said Honda) drove the back wheel via two bevel gears and a shaft. The powerhouse breathed through four 36mm Keihin CV carbs drawing from an airbox set in a recess cut into the gas tank. This compromised fuel space, requiring a second tank hidden under the seat and fed by an electric pump. Not surprisingly, perhaps, all this performance and complexity came at a price: Ridden enthusiastically, the Magna’s fuel consumption could drop into the low 30s, and with just 4.5 gallons of fuel in both tanks (and no fuel gauge or reserve tap — just a low-fuel warning light) an unprepared rider could get caught short — including Cycle World’s April 1983 tester, who found out the hard way and had to push the big brute home. Read more: http://www.motorcycleclassics.com/classic-japanese-motorcycles/honda-v65-magna-zmmz12sozbea.aspx#ixzz3O9IkFGmJ
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
This is a 1983 Honda V-65 Magna. It has 28,046 miles. I have been after this V65 for 8 years, It has been siting in a climate controlled storage for 8 years. I finally got it from the original owner, It is in factory original condition with one modification. I put new Brake master cylinder, new clutch master cylinder, All new fuel lines, put all new fluids. The brake master cylinder leaked on to the tank as seen in the PIC. It has the rare optional multi-adjustable handle bars. The battery is new. All four carburetors were cleaned and rebuilt by me. As like the rest of the motorcycle, The paint is original showing minor wear. It is a thirty two year old bike. The fuel tank has know dents. The rear tail fender has a 1/8 wear or chip spot, the seat has one split and it can be seen in the photos as well. The bike has never been wrecked or laid down. The engine starts easily with no issues of any kind. The transmission shifts smoothly through all six gears. Everything works as it should including all lights, gauges, horns, clutch and brakes. Motorcycle has been adult driven by myself and the original owner. It has always been stored inside. Please ask any and ALL questions before bidding. 843-424-5090 Please don’t call after 9:00 PM. Clean and clear title. Winner to send $500 non-refundable deposit within 48 hours of auction end. Remaining balance to be paid in full within 7 days of auction end. Motorcycle is being sold AS-IS with no warranty. Buyer is responsible for shipping cost and arrangements. I will assist any way possible. I only will accept cash for remaining balance when bike is picked up. Thanks for looking.
Selling my 1983 magna v65 model number vf1100c. Only things not original on it are the Mac four into 1 exhaust I have on it and the seat. The new exhaust was$300. I bought it 2yrs ago not running. Oil in it looked great but changed it anyway with am
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YOU ARE BIDDING AN A 1983 HONDA V65 MAGNA THAT IS IN VERY GOOD CONDITION ESPECIALLY FOR THE AGE OF THE BIKE...IT HAS A VERY FEW DINGS IN THE PAINT A SMALL DENT IN THE GAS TANK BRAND NEW REAR TIRE FRONT TIRE IS IN VERY GOOD CONDITION BRAKES ARE GOOD AND THIS BIKE LIKE I SAID IS VERY FAST...AS FAR AS I KNOW I AM THE THIRD OWNER OF THIS BIKE...I JUST BOUGHT A NEW HARLEY AND SO I AM SELLING THIS ONE...IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS FELL FREE TO ASK AND I WILL TELL YOU ALL THAT I KNOW....I AM LOCATED IN SAC. CA. SO IF YOU LIVE OUT OF STATE OR ARE FAR FROM ME YOU WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE TRANSPORTATION OF RECEIVING THE BIKE...I EXCEPT PAYPAL I WHICH A DOWN PAYMENT OF $500.00 WILL BE DUE AT THE CLOSING OF THE SALE AND AFTER THE SALE YOU CAN EITHER PAY THE WHOLE THING BY PAYPAL OR THE REST CAN BE BY CHECK OR MONEY ORDER AND AS SOON AS THE CHECK CLEARS THEN I WILL RELEASE THE BIKE FOR PICK UP
Siloam Springs, Arkansas
NO TITLE, VIN CHECKED FOR LOST OR STOLEN REPORTS THRU LOCAL PD, LAST TAGGED IN FLA 2004, BOUGHT W/O TITLE THINKING IT WOULD BE EASY TO GET ONE-NOT!, ALL REBUILT HYDRAULICS, CARBS,FORKS, NEW CLUTCH ROD SEAL, NEW TIRES, STOCK SEAT RECOVERED, NEW BATTERY, TANK AND SIDE COVERS ARE RATTLECAN BLACK STARTS AND RUNS GREAT BUT RADIATOR LEAKS. I have the bike listed as local pick up only but I will gladly allow shipping. All shipping arrangements and fees are buyers responsibility. The bike will be picked up at my location. $500.00 deposit due within 48 hours of auction end through paypal. Balance due in cash at time of pick up. Bidders with zero feedbacks need not bid. Please call with any questions 479-524-7921
This bike has been in storage for several years. All cleaned up. Carb getting tuned up and new battery. I have two of these identical bikes and the other one has quite a few more miles on it than this one. May have wrong VIN and if that is the case I will switch out titles before transferring. Bike owner passed away 3 years ago and I am selling on consignment for the son of the former owner. I have death certificate for buyer. Has one tiny dent in gas tank and it is shown in pics. Seat is perfect, all matters have been or are being dealt with to ensure perfect performance for new owner. Brakes checked, battery new, fresh gas, you name it. Just got these bikes into my shop 2 days ago so a few little matters remain and it is nothing more than a freshening up of minor matters. Money back guarantee if not completely satisfied. Can be picked up at Port City Antiques in Duluth or delivery possible as I have a couple of pool table deliveries coming up in the next several weeks and I could pull a small trailer. I also have an '84 750 cc that still needs tuneup and new battery along with the other 1100 I mentioed. Package deal possible for all three. Email with questions. Thanks for looking.
Trim V 65
1983 Honda Magna V-65 Magna V4 liquid cooled 116 horsepower - has the rare backrest and six pack rack.First Muscle bike ... sometimes called a widow maker.10.9 second 1/4 mile. Has custom paint job. The color is not one that was available for the 1983. I will try to post good pictures when the rain stops here that will show how the paint color'pops' in the sunlight. Bike is ready to ride.I put 500 miles on it this spring. Fun ride!!! Bike has 33k on odometer. Carbs rebuilt at 22k, recent new radiator, reserve tank, rear caliper, all pads, and clutch. Tires are good and and the battery is recent and holds charge. This vintage Honda can eat crouch rockets!!! Please note, the zippered storage bag shown in the pictures is NOT included with the bike.As is, where is, and I may close this listing early if it sells locally. Thanks for looking and hope you buy!
Trim V65 VF1100C