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1983 Honda V45 Interceptor VF750F, 14,189mi. Restoration completed in 2017. Honda original parts, no aftermarket parts. New fuel pump and filter, batt, sp plugs, coolant, brake & clutch fluid. Carbs rebuilt w/new gaskets & seals & synchronized. Less than 500 mi. on tires. Original Honda Owners & Service Manual. Excellent Shape. 2nd owner. $2,795.00, or make offer. Carl, Owatonna, MN
Poplar Bluff, Missouri
1983 Honda Interceptor , i had it kept in a garage for 20 years and i just pulled it out about a month ago to ride it, it ran good but it has a bad ignition module, they are easy to get, they only cost 20-40 dollarsnew and used. $1,500.00
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1983 Honda Interceptor VF750F V45 V-4 GREAT Condition for over 30 years old! Minor Marks on Tank and Fairings The Original Sportbike! Completely stock minus the F1R Exhaust Has original owners manual still under the seat Fresh Oil, brake fluid, battery and Carb was rebuilt Bike has clean title Fires right up and Runs Great! Purchased from a friend with intentions riding it some but just don't have the garage space. Buyer responsible for arranging pickup/shipment $500 deposit required within 48 hours Remainder of payment required within 7 days Please email me with any questions Thank you for looking!
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1983 HONDA VF 750F InterceptorA Great Barn Find! Found at an estate in San Francisco, in original condition, All Stock with only 3,500 miles. The Bike was set aside and covered and all fluids drained since 1987. No rust, paint and plastic like new. This is the bike that you could take to a show and people would not believe it has not been restored. It even has the original black pipes. Has the Blue California plate. The tires are new, Bridgestone, the same that came with the bike and new stainless steel brake lines. If you are going to ride this beautiful bike you wouldn’t want 30 year old brake lines. Also all the fluids have been changed, brake 5dot, oil and filter mobile 1. Everything is in working order and ready to ride. I have the California title and the bike is licensed to 2015. I bought this bike from the original owner. There are no title issues with the bike! Will work with buyers shipping company. The Honda Interceptor VF 750F was named "Cycle World" magazine's motorcycle of the year when it was first introduced in 1983. The Interceptor featured the first liquid-cooled engine of any sportbike and produced 86 horsepower to easily outrun the competition. Honda's innovative design led to them winning eight of 14 American Motorcycle Association (AMA) Superbike national competitions with the racing version of the Interceptor during the 1983 season. •It has a transistorized ignition system with an electronic starter and a chain-driven, 5-speed manual transmission. The Interceptor features a three-way adjustable, rebound damping, Showa suspension with 38 millimeter forks in the front and a single, four-way adjustable, rebound damping, Showa air-spring shock in the back. Engine Specs•The 1983 Honda VF 750 Interceptor featured the first commercially available, liquid-cooled engine. The 90 degree, V-4 cylinder engine has dual-overhead cams (DOHC) and four valves per cylinder. The engine has a displacement of 748 cc and 10.5:1 compression ratio. The bore and stroke measures 70 by 48.6 millimeters and the Interceptor features 4 by 30 millimeter Keihin carbs in the induction system. The engine produces 86 horsepower at 1,000 rpm and 46.3 foot-pounds of torque at 7,500 rpm. The 1983 Honda Interceptor has a max speed of 138 miles per hour and completes the quarter mile in around 11.9 seconds.
$2.7K (reduced from$3k!) gets you on the road with a GREAT motorcycle. - I love this bike, but need to get rid of it since i have 2 young boys. Interested in getting on the lake (Sea Rayder jet boat, wave runner) or other trade valued in the same price range. - There is a picture on the Blog YouTube video: https://youtu.be/MUUVhntvXKc Check out this motorcycle's Blog http://85magna.blogspot.com/ This is a cruiser, but the engine behaves like a street bike. - It's a short stroke, DOHC, 4 carburators, etc so it is a very high reving engine (redlines at 10500 RPMs) whereas most cruisers like a Harley Sportster redline at right at 6000RPM. - This is a very fast cruiser. - The bike has 28.6K miles on it, which to a Honda is like new ( a little under 1k miles / year - perfect for keeping it running great) -This bike has been garage kept which is evident when you look at the clean looking engine / cables / hoses. -Carburetors professionally re-built -Fuel tank drained and flushed to ensure no debris in fuel system, -Replaced fuel hoses (that can handle the ethanol in the new fuel) -New Fuel filter -Hydraulic clutch and hydraulic brakes have both been flushed and reservoirs cleaned. -Full synthetic oil change and new filter ~ 1.5K miles ago. -All gauges and lights on the dash work perfect -Brand new front tire -There is a small circular ding in the tank (-looks like the blinker bumped it- Paint is not chipped or cracked - can't see it when on the bike It's a water cooled 699cc, 90Â° V4, DOHC (Dual Over Head Cams) 81.44 HP (59.9 kW) 62 Nm (45.73 lb-ft) cruiser. Although it's a cruiser, the engine that Honda put into this classic bike is anything but laid back. - with a short stroke, DOHC, and 4 carburetors - this thing revs up faster than you can say "Mama", and it does not stop until the 10.5K(!) redline... in other words - bye bye 1200cc Sportster. In fact although its "only a 700cc cruiser" the power of this bike is unrivaled to any other cruiser I have ridden. . . - here is what Wikipedia has to say(they say it's comparable to a 1800cc Valkyrie!!): "The introduction of this engine on the Magna and the Sabre in 1982 was milestone in the evolution of motorcycles that would culminate in 1983 with the introduction of the Interceptor V4. The V45's performance is comparable to that of Valkyries and Honda's 1800 cc V-twin cruisers. The V4 engine configuration provided a balance between torque for good acceleration and high horsepower. The 90-degree layout produced less primary vibration, and the four cylinders provided a much smoother delivery of power than a V-twin. Good engine balance, plus short stroke and large piston diameter allowed for a high redline and potential top speed. Besides the engine configuration, the bike has water cooling, a six-speed transmission, and shaft