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1989 Honda GB500 1989 HONDA GB500 GB 500 Tourist Trophy Only 3k miles Absolutely Showroom MINT

$9,999.00

Freehold, New Jersey

Year 1989

Make Honda

Model GB500

Category -

Engine 500

Posted 1 Month Ago

1989 Honda GB500 Tourist Trophy - This is the 232 nd GB500 Ever made! Comes with a Super Rare Matching Front Fairing RARE Dealer option. This Bike only has 3k miles and is Absolutely Mint Showroom Condition. Not one Scratch , Chrome is Perfect not one mark, Headers are Perfect, Lower Front Forks are Perfect!People claim that "you will not find a nicer one". Well, you just found it. If you want or have to have the cleanest like new Perfect Honda GB500 , then you have to buy this one. This bike is perfect and Original. Nothing Painted Nothing changed. I bought this years ago from the original owner and drove it twice and it just sits in my garage. It runs perfect and it is spotless.Not much to say other then the fact that it is Perfect in every way shape and form. It is a very early production and is the 232 made!!!! And lowest mileage Original . If you have a collection of motorcycles or you absolutely have to have a Honda GB500 , you have to buy this one. They are getting very hard to find with very low miles and in really perfect condition. Yes, there are others out there that are nice, but the chrome on them is pitted , or the lower fork legs are oxidized , or the headers are discolored, or the pipe has been changed or the plastics cracked.....NOT THIS ONE! THIS ONE IS PERFECT!!!If you think you see anything it is a reflection or a spec of dustAny questions call me267-246-0490

Trim GB500

Honda: GB500 1989 HONDA GB500 GB 500 Tourist Trophy Only 3k miles Absolutely Showroom MINT

$9,999.00

Freehold, New Jersey

Year 1989

Make Honda

Model GB500

Category -

Engine 500

Posted Over 1 Month

1989 Honda GB500 Tourist Trophy - This is the 232 nd GB500 Ever made! Comes with a Super Rare Matching Front Fairing RARE Dealer option. This Bike only has 3k miles and is Absolutely Mint Showroom Condition. Not one Scratch , Chrome is Perfect not one mark, Headers are Perfect, Lower Front Forks are Perfect!People claim that "you will not find a nicer one". Well, you just found it. If you want or have to have the cleanest like new Perfect Honda GB500 , then you have to buy this one. This bike is perfect and Original. Nothing Painted Nothing changed. I bought this years ago from the original owner and drove it twice and it just sits in my garage. It runs perfect and it is spotless.Not much to say other then the fact that it is Perfect in every way shape and form. It is a very early production and is the 232 made!!!! And lowest mileage Original . If you have a collection of motorcycles or you absolutely have to have a Honda GB500 , you have to buy this one. They are getting very hard to find with very low miles and in really perfect condition. Yes, there are others out there that are nice, but the chrome on them is pitted , or the lower fork legs are oxidized , or the headers are discolored, or the pipe has been changed or the plastics cracked.....NOT THIS ONE! THIS ONE IS PERFECT!!!If you think you see anything it is a reflection or a spec of dustAny questions call me267-246-0490

Trim GB500

1989 Honda GB500

$7,890.00

Kansas City, Missouri

Year 1989

Make Honda

Model -

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

Mint Honda GB500 - 1,085 original miles---- for more information and access to pics, click on the POSTED link below "Get newer pre-owned cars here".....

1990 Honda Gb500

$3,500.00

New York, New York

Year 1990

Make Honda

Model -

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

1990 HONDA GB500 13,701 mileS BLACK IN COLOR FOR MORE INFO CALL show contact info

1990 Honda Gb500 Tt

$5,000.00

Jacksonville, Florida

Year 1990

Make Honda

Model GB

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

Original Classic Honda GB500 Tourist Trophy with 8,450 miles. Excellent original factory condition. Original Tires, paint, decals! I have owned this bike for 6 years and it was Garage kept. Includes Original tool kit and manual.

1990 Honda Gb 500

$6,795.00

Santa Monica, California

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1990 Honda Gb 500, 1990 Honda GB500 Tourist Trophy A pure joy to ride. Sounds and feels amazing. Looks beautiful!!! Current registration tags. Goes up in value every year! I live in eastern Canada and can't keep it. 11000 miles Well maintained Looks and feels a bit like Norton, Triumph, BSA, Matchless, Royal Enfield, BMW, but is low maintenance and reliable like a Honda. 1-514-576-3102 $6,795.00 5145763102

1989 HONDA GB 500TT Dark Green

$2,300.00

Flagstaff, Arizona

Year 1989

Make Honda

Model GB

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

1989 Honda GB500TT. The bike is a low mileage example with mild custom pieces. Previous owner removed the rear fender, and changed the taillight and turn signals for a more modern look. Luckily he kept all the pieces he removed and they are part of the sale. It has a super trap exhaust as well for improved performance, but again he kept the original silencer/muffler. I actually like what he has done to the bike, that original Honda tail light looks very bulky and dated. One of the original turn signals is broken, but these are replaceable. The previous owner also rebuilt the wheels with new spokes. The bike itself runs like a champ (they all seem to). It starts easily when cold with either the electric starter or the kick start. It has newer tires with lots of life left and recently had the carb cleaned out and a new plug put in.

Honda : Other 1989 honda gb 500 tt

$5,300.00

Attleboro, Massachusetts

Year 1989

Make Honda

Model -

Category -

Engine 500

Posted Over 1 Month

1989 Honda GB500TT 29k miles. Looks and runs great. A clean daily runner. Classic styling with kick and electric start. Has a small crack on leftside foot peg bracket and a slight ding on rear fender on the leftside. NEW tires, brakes, chain and sprockets. Valves and cam chain adjusted. Oil and fluids changed. New lithium battery. Non-original black paint with checkered stripe. Stainless front brake line. Progressive fork springs, custom taillight, bar end mirrors and flyscreen. Many extras included. NOS tank and side cover decals, foot peg bracket and foot peg rubbers, cam chain and guide, air filter, spark plug, carb jet kit, clutch kit, gasket, clutch cable, stainless hardware kit, coil. Original mirrors, directional, tailight and smog device were removed but included with bike. Owners and service manuals, parts microfilm, sales literature. If you are in the market for a museum quality example of a GB500 with 3 miles on the clock, this is not for you. Shipping is buyer's responsibility. Questions? Please ask. I HAD TO RELIST THIS BIKE DUE TO NON PAYING CLUELESS EBAYER. PLEASE SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY!

Honda : Other 1989 honda gb 500 gb 500 tourist trophy mild cafe

$5,995.00

Seattle, Washington

Year 1989

Make Honda

Model -

Category -

Engine 499

Posted Over 1 Month

1989 Honda GB500 Tourist Trophy single-cylinder motorcycle showing 23,665 miles and climbing in this beautiful Summer weather here in the Pacific Northwest. This is the fourth GB I have owned and I have enjoyed them all. When I came across this bike a little over a year ago it was in less-than-perfect condition and, with some of the very difficult to find parts missing I decided it would be one to do a cafe' job on. My intent was to build a GB as it might have been if offered for sale in 1969 instead of 1989; an era pre EPA, DOT and the pox of accident/injury lawyers under which we currently suffer. To this end, I wanted to build a bike that was still a GB but a lighter, faster, louder GB and, to my eye, I got it right. The bike had a few miles on it, around 23,500 so the first thing was to make sure the engine was sound and running properly. Compression and leakdown tests were done and the numbers found to be satisfactory so the next step was to service the engine and address runability. The valves were set, sparkplug replaced, air filter changed, (the snorkel atop the airbox was removed to facilitate better breathing) and oil & filter changed. The smog pump was already off the bike and in a box, (where it belongs) so the carb was removed, cleaned, kitted, needle adjusted and re-jetted from it's skinny CARB-mandated OEM jets, (this is/was a CA-spec GB) with guidance from the great guys at Sigma Jet Kits. This simple act totally transformed the bike! It starts instantly, idles smoothly and pulls very strong through all five gears to redline. I would be willing to put this bike up against the 4,000-mile, Jack Batson Exhaust equipped GB I owned recently in terms of both straight-line and twisty-road performance...which brings us to the next issue to be addressed, weight. GB's are not heavy bikes to begin with, but their stock exhaust with huge resonator box is an abomination on such a small, sporting machine. Fortunately, that all beef wiener was already off the bike, replaced with a very simple little system that mimics the OEM unit's shape but...there's simply less of it. I don't know who made this thing or where it came from. It's not as lovely as that stainless steel work of art from Mr. Batson but it suits this little bike very well. So, that got rid of at least 15 pounds but now where else to go paring weight without resorting to a torch or saw? I wanted to clean up the look of the front end and while I love the rubber gaiters on my 60's & 70's CB's and CL's I remember when the Ceriani look was all the rage so, off with the fork boots! The OEM front fender, while not particularly heavy being made of ABS, was still too much so eBay yielded a nice little bolt-on chrome shorty and, problem solved! Next came that abomination of a rear fender with it's enormous tail light and stanchion; here I was gonna' get a two-fer gaining style and losing pork. Another off the shelf fender was found; small, chrome and lightly radiused and, when fitted along with the minimalist tail light suddenly that underseat grab bar had a reason for being as a fender support ala' period Triumphs and BSAs. Now I was getting somewhere and the huge stock turn signals were looming bigger by the minute. I found some LED units which were not only made of real metal but had the winker-clamped-to-a-separate-stem thing like my old Hondas, (a pair of resistors mounted under the seat got them flashing properly.) The bike needed a chain and sprockets so I went with a black chain with polished rivets to compliment the bike's overall black and alloy theme. The rear sprocket is really a favorite detail as it looks so old-school and does not suffer from that ugly safety-police chain guide riveted to the original. Tires, tubes and rimbands were replaced; the tyres being AVON AM26 RoadRiders which are available in the correct sizes and absolutely brilliant regardless of road conditions, (it rains a lot up here.) The OEM mirrors stuck up like a pair of rabbit's ears and simply had to go so a pair of tiny barends was fitted to the stock weights. The last issue was paint and upholstery...oh, and the missing seat cowl! Those cowls are unobtanium and stupid expensive if/when you can find one but I found a pattern part here on eBay hand-made by some guy in Germany, what a deal! The seat had been poorly recovered at some point so off to Mac's Upholstery in Seattle it went, returning as it's lovely self which you see here; with fresh foam for me bum! Now the paint... I've never been that big a fan of the OEM Black Green Metallic; it always looked a little muddy, ('though I like the stock graphics a lot.) I've been lusting after a Toyota Tacoma X-Runner recently and the Black Sand Mica finish available on that truck knocks me out so...you guessed it. Strangely enough, there is quite a bit of green in the pearlescence of this paint; the darn stuff almost looks stock, (but still better!) The stock graphics went back on and the bike was done. I'm not sure exactly why I'm selling this bike; it's a GB my way and I like it better than any I've owned. But there are soooo many bikes around here! My KTM Duke is giving me the stink-eye and begging me for that Keihin FCR I've been promising it. The Monster needs that damned valve inspection and belt replacement. My CB750K0 is due to go up on the lift for a freshening. OK, the GB's gotta' go. So, let's be clear; GB's have become collector bikes. I have friends who have spent north of $10K on them and I know how much some folks just love to trailer their bikes to shows and come home with a trophy and their self-esteem freshly repaired...this ain't that bike. It's not cosmetically perfect, it has miles, it's been MODIFIED for God's sake! It's a rider. It still draws attention from the uninitiated and GB guys as well. I like a little Wabi Sabi; I don't know if I've ever owned a perfect bike, (I've had new, does that count?) but I know that I want to ride my bikes without fear of a little wear and tear or worry with each mile that ticks by on the odometer. If you want perfect, they're out there; just plan on paying half again to twice as much as I'm asking for this one. If you buy it and you're not in town I can recommend and work with any shipper but it's on your dime. The bike has a clean, clear Title. No tool kit or Owner's Manual I'm afraid. 'Need more info? (206) 200-7014

Trim Tourist Trophy

1990 Honda Gb 500

$8,000.00

Nashville, Tennessee

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Posted Over 1 Month

1990 Honda GB500 in excellent condition. Runs perfect and all systems function properly. 3130 total miles. New tires at 3000 miles and new battery in November of 2013. Bought new at Cycle World in Gadsden, AL in 1990. I am the second owner. Great find if you are looking for one of these for a collection or to ride around town. $8,000.00

1990 Honda GB500 TT

$2,400.00

Gretna, Louisiana

Year 1990

Make Honda

Model -

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

I purchased this amazing bike few years ago in immaculate condition and have kept it looking and running perfectly.

Honda : Other 1989 honda gb 500

$4,800.00

Lemoyne, Pennsylvania

Year 1989

Make Honda

Model -

Category Sport Touring Motorcycles

Engine 500 single cylinder

Posted Over 1 Month

The GB 500 was made in 1989 and 1990 and designed to appeal to lovers of British motorcycles of the late fourties and fifties, eg. Norton Manx, B S A Gold Star, etc. It did not go over well when new but has become a desirable classic. This one has been used but always kept garaged. It had fallen over and has a few scars as a result but not bad considering its age. I have tried to represent the condition with the photos. It has brand new Continental tires and a new chain and sprockets. It will have current PA inspection as of September, 2015. I am not prepared to deliver and any prospective buyers will have to pick it up or arrange for shipping.

Honda : Other 1989 honda gb 500 tourist trophy

$4,500.00

Ridgewood, New Jersey

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Model -

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Selling 1989 Honda GB500 Tourist Trophy with 4,200 miles. I bought it to be restored but don't have the time. The bike is not currently running but the engine spins freely as does the electric starter. I do have a NJ title currently in my name. Things to point out about the condition:The motor spins freely but its been sitting for over 1 year so it needs tune/carb cleaning to get running.The throttle tube sticks so it needs either a cleaning or new cable.The bike is complete and in good condition - but has oxidation on the engine cases and forks. I think the all of this could removed through soda blasting or wet sanding.Paint and chrome are good but there is a small dent on the gas tank (you can see it in the pics) and there is a small chip and crack in the rear seat cowlone of the blinker stalks broke but I know this is easy part to getthe taillight works intermittently and the bracket has been drilled out for looks (I know you can easily get a replacement) In my opinion, the bike could be tuned to running condition and enjoyed as is - or - it would be a great candidate for a full restoration given that it is still mostly all original. I will also include the following with the bike: repair manualoriginal owners manualmirrororiginal weighted bar endsVarious parts listed below - some of which simply can't be bought anymore ! Part Number Description Quantity Value 52485-kr3-003 BUSH, RR. SHOCK ABSORBER (Honda Code 2042364) 2 $6.00 9052-429-770 WASHER, RR. SHOCK (Honda Code 0871442) 2 $8.00 16010-my6-770 GASKET SET (Honda Code 4569521) 1 $4.00 16155-413-751 VALVE, FLOAT (Honda Code 0826990), 1 $25.00 99103-ma1-0480 JET, SLOW (#48) (Honda Code 3107166) 1 $17.00 15412-HM5-A10 oil filter 1 $6.00 98069-58916 spark plugs 2 $6.00 91302-KF0-003 oil filter cover o-ring 1 $3.00 77201-KN8-000 seat stay lock 1 $7.00 16950-mk6-770 petcock 1 $130.00 17620-MF9-701 Re-keyed gas cap 1 $76.00 77220-KN8-000 seat lock assembly 1 $76.00 90104-ke8-000 seat lock bolts 2 $8.36 35010-MK6-670 ignition with lockset 1 $260.00 Total: $632.36 Please let me know what questions you have.

Honda : Other 1989 honda gb 500 tt

$6,250.00

Newark, California

Year 1989

Make Honda

Model -

Category Naked Motorcycles

Engine 499

Posted Over 1 Month

History:Second owner9500 milesCalifornia registration is currentClean titleNever droppedGaraged its entire lifeSupertrapp exhaust (standard upgrade for these) Does well on the highway, up to 80mph comfortably. Can go up to 90mph if needed. Mechanical:No mechanical issues whatsoever. Starts up right away. Oil changed every 1000-1500 milesChain cleaned and greased regularly New battery Cosmetic:Corrosion on forks (very common for these bikes)Paint in great shape. No dings or noticeable scratches. Rear seat cowl has small corner missing near screw hole. (Again, common for these bikes) -Brand new replacement included Extras:Stock mirrorsSet of bar end mirrors Battery tenderBrand new seat cowl (impossible to find now. Valued at over $400)Stator and rectifier Local pickup preferred. Buyer responsible for shipping and handling. Very honest bike with nothing to hide.Difficult to find, especially in this condition. Listed for sale locallyIf you have questions, or want to schedule a time to see the bike, feel free to message me.

Trim TT

Honda : Other HONDA GB500 TOURIST TROPHY 1989 FACTORY CAFE BIKE

$6,500.00

Endicott, New York

Year 1989

Make Honda

Model -

Category Standard Motorcycles

Engine 500

Posted Over 1 Month

This bike has a supertrapp exhaust on it that was installed when the bike had about 300 -500 miles on it . I also have the stock exhaust and carb jet that is included in the sale.The bike was owned by a man in his seventies and has had it stored since 2006 back trouble had kept him off the two bikes I purchased from him. I put a new battery in it gas and oil it fired right up and runs and rides nice everything works as it should I have ridden it about 40 miles.The paint and chrome is nice with a few tiny chips some aluminum and spokes have some oxidation. Check the pictures. I can have this delivered to THE VINTAGE WEEKEND AT BARBER OCT 9-11 FOR ONLY $80.00 IF THAT HELPS ANYONE. Other than that buyer has to make and pay for his own shipping I will help if I can. Any questions please ask .I can also be reached at 607-725-7200 .Thank you John.

Trim GB500 Tourist Trophy