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Honda : CB Honda CB400f Super Sport Cafe Racer

$3,000

Santa Cruz, California

Year 1975

Make Honda

Model CB

Category Standard Motorcycles

Engine 400

Posted Over 1 Month

1975 Honda CB400F super sport cafe racer, perfect running, reliable daily rider, Emgo viper fairing is easily removed for the period correct look. Custom seat is excellent for getting down low on the gas tank without sliding off the back, it's an aftermarket foam and cover on the original factory seat pan, so it's a snap if you want to go back to stock. Yoshimura four into one exhaust, brand-new battery, SunPro voltage meter and custom installed crank case oil pressure gauge. Original handlebars have been replaced with VFR interceptor clip ons and controls. Factory paint, not a respray. Gas tank is perfectly clean inside. Factory turn signals. Garage kept its entire life, nothing is cracked or faded, and the gauges look like new. Tires and tubes are new, everything works as it should. Ride it as it is, or take it back to 100% stock. No trades, Electric start and kick start. 6 speed transmission. This is a true cold motorcycle, very desirable in the collector market. The first motorcycle to coin the term café racer. Only produced in 1975 1976 in 1977. On a true vintage piece of history for less than the price of a Chinese scooter.

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Honda : CB 1975 honda cb 400 f

$5,750

Napa, California

Year 1975

Make Honda

Model CB

Category -

Engine 400 Six Speed

Posted Over 1 Month

I have well cared for collectors' bike which I simply do not have time to ride. It runs very well and is in great shape. It was recently serviced, has new tires, and is clean. Always garaged never laid down. If you are a collector, or simply want a bike that turns heads, please contact me.

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Honda : CB 1975 honda cb 400 f

$6,800

Point Roberts, Washington

Year 1975

Make Honda

Model CB

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

Gorgeous CB400F. The photos speak for themselves. They were taken July 31 2015. I'm a private owner, not a dealer. I have a lovely collection of 28 motorcycles, but changing health means either leaving them mostly unused in the garage or house, or knowing someone else will enjoy the ones I choose to sell. The wheels are not stock, are much higher quality alloy and, along with the tires, are brand new. The carbs need to be cleaned, and a new battery is needed. The original tool kit comes with. I also have a NOS blue tank and matching side covers for a CB400F. I'll be selling those separately. I can deliver the 400F to Blaine, Washington, or a dealership in Bellingham, Washington. If you have any questions, you may call David at 360.945.7777. Buyers with negative feedback need not apply, and lowball offers won't be considered. Before long, I'll also be selling: 2012 Ducati Panigale Tricolore S2012 Kawasaki ZX141989 Honda Hawk GT650 with very low miles1984 Honda CB1100F1990 Bimota YB1981 Kawasaki GPz550 and 1989 Yamaha FZR400 with very low miles plus a 1990 FZR400 swingarm.

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Honda : CB 1977 honda cb 400 f super sport barn find low mile clean original survivor

$3,000

Davenport, Iowa

Year 1977

Make Honda

Model CB

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

This beautiful Honda came to me as part of a multiple bike purchase. It has spent the last 20+ years in a dry garage not running. When I brought it home, I cleaned the carbs, put a battery in, changed the oil, and it fired right up and ran well. I did however install an NOS Honda muffler, and welded a patch to the bottom of the header where a hole had formed. The patch sealed the header and is not noticeable unless the bike is up on a lift. Along with the muffler, an NOS muffler gasket and clamp were installed. I also had to replace the fork seals and completely cleaned/serviced the forks while it was apart. When I bought the bike there was a good sized dent on top of the gas tank. I drained the tank and sent it off to a paintless dent removal shop for repair. I would say the dent repair was about 90% successful. There is now a slight ding on top of the tank. I tried to take a picture of it but it does not show up in photos, but it is there. There is also two very small dings on the left side of the tank, but they are hardly visible except at certain angles. The original paint shines nicely and the bike looks great. The right side cover is also a little beat up, but being original and having good paint, it seemed best to leave it be. The bikes rides like new. The suspension is tight and there are no rattles or any funny noises. It runs awesome as it should with 8200 original miles. The front rotor may be slightly warped, but the brake works fine. I did flush the entire front brake system and put new pads on it. The front rotor may have to be addressed at some point, but is not much of an issue at this point. This is a true honest survivor and with a little more clean up and tinkering will be a very nice bike. It is nice now, but as with anything, could be even better. The title is clear and in my name. It is currently registered but I am not riding it other than the odd short ride here and there. I would love to keep it but I own 6 motorcycles right now and just can't keep them all. If you're looking for a nice vintage Honda for your collection or just to ride, then this is it. There are not many left that are this unmolested. It is one of the nicest I have seen in a while. One thing I found kind of cool is the factory paint marks that are still on the rotor bolts, rear hub, and chain master link. It is truly an untouched original. Please see pictures for more details. Buyer is responsible for pick up or shipping. Deposit due immediately and full payment due by time of pick up. It is a 38 year old motorcycle and is sold as is.

Trim CB400F Super Sport

Honda : CB 1975 honda cb 400 f

$5,500

North Kingstown, Rhode Island

Year 1975

Make Honda

Model CB

Category -

Engine 460

Posted Over 1 Month

Built By Café Cycles, RI -460cc Big Bore with Yoshimura race cam, springs and titanium valve spring retainers. Heavy duty cam chain and primary chain. New bearings and shift forks in transmission -Modified frame, relocated rear suspension, rear hoop with battery. Removable rear set mounts, Tarozzi rear-sets, Aluminum Headlight Ears -Stock tank stripped to bare metal, hand formed Aluminum seat with hammered texture, Leather seat by Nick's Upholstery -Oregon Motorcycle parts rectifier and regulator, New wiring harness with all new connectors -CL450 front drum brake vented and laced to 2.75 x 17" rims with Buchanans Stainless Steel spokes. Vented stock rear hub. Avon Road Tires The Standard Build at Café Cycles runs $10K. I was lucky to get this one for $7,500. The bike is in excellent condition I simply have too many to keep. Registered and on the road in RI, listed locally, motivated to sell, will work with your shipper.

Honda : CB Honda CB400F

$1,395

Beacon, New York

Year 1975

Make Honda

Model CB

Category -

Engine 400

Posted Over 1 Month

This is a very complete 400F, I picked this up with the intention of doing a full on as new restoration (I have recently started shifting my attention from British to 70's Japanese) but it turns out I am at least a year away so here it goes down the road, when I picked it up it was actually being ridden daily, It runs great but the electric start is not working (the button is missing), the side stand is missing (looks like it broke off and someone tried to weld), the exhaust is very good with the muffler having a few small dings and the header being dent free, the chrome is delaminating at some of the head pipes (nice enough to re-chrome), the bike is actually very quiet with the stock exhaust, it has a pair of progressive shocks, and brand new Bridgestone tires, I have a NY title in hand, it has miles but it seems pretty tight, the triple clamps are good with no cracking, the motor is pretty quiet but I would at least check the cam chain adjustment, I went through the carbs last weekend and it runs pretty close to perfect, starts on 1-2 kicks, idles, all the signals and brake lights work but it does need a headlight, again it is original from the bars to exhaust (with the exception of the shocks), and worth spending time on, there are a few buffs on the headlight ring and one gauge trim ring but no corresponding damage on anything else (?), as always shipping is the responsibility of the buyer and I reserve the right to end the auction at any time as the motorcycle is for sale locally.

Honda : CB Honda CB400F

$1,695

Beacon, New York

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This is a very complete 400F, I picked this up with the intention of doing a full on as new restoration (I have recently started shifting my attention from British to 70's Japanese) but it turns out I am at least a year away so here it goes down the road, when I picked it up it was actually being ridden daily, It runs great but the electric start is not working (the button is missing), the one piece that will most likely need replacement is the R side cover (it's there but beat up), also the side stand is no longer there, the exhaust is very good with the muffler having a few small dings and the header being dent free but the chrome is delaminating at some of the head pipes (nice enough to re-chrome), it has a pair of progressive shocks, and brand new Bridgestone tires, it has miles but it seems pretty tight, I don't know anything about the cam chain etc. but i was going to replace it, again it is original from the bars to exhaust (with the exception of the shocks), and worth spending time on, there are a few buffs on the headlight ring and one gauge trim ring but no corresponding damage on anything else (?), as always shipping is the responsibility of the buyer and I reserve the right to end the auction at any time as the motorcycle is for sale locally.

Honda : CB 1975 Honda CB400F

$850

Clinton, Arkansas

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Up for sale is a 1975 Honda CB400F These are rare and hard to find. I purchased this bike for a client to do a cafe build with but the guy backed out of it for financial reasons....His Loss is your gain ! This is a bare bones bike but it's a prime candidate for a complete cafe build and you're not paying for anything on the bike that you don't need. Compression on the engine is good and nice and smooth when turning engine over with the kickstarter.... What you see in the pic's is what you get but it's a great base to build a cafe with...or I can build one for you...after the purchase of the bike. I've got it listed for exactly what I've got in it including shipping so there's not alot of wiggle room on the price. I just sold one of these that was pretty clean for over 3K so it's a pretty good deal.This Bike is also for sale locally so I reserve the right to end this ebay sale early.

1989 Honda CB 400F

$3,000

Madison, Wisconsin

Year 1989

Make Honda

Model CB 400F

Category -

Engine 399 cc

Posted Over 1 Month

This is my Vintage 1989 Honda CB-1, also known as the NC27 and CB400F. These collectable bikes were only sold in the US for two years, 1989-1990. They were powered by the Japanese market CBR400RR engine- a liquid cooled, DOHC, 4-cylinder that revs to 13,500 rpm. It's also a 6 speed! This naked-sport rips putting down about 45 rear-wheel horsepower and is much faster than a Ninja 300, CBR300RR, and a YZF-R3. Take on 600cc super sports at stoplights- you'll love it! The ergos are similar to a cafe racer right out of the box as well. These things are wicked, but don't take my word for it: __________________________________________________________________________________ "The CB-1's smile-per-mile quotient is right up there with the best of them, thanks to its taught suspension, a riding position comfortable for all but the tallest riders, and an incredible little engine that just begs the rider to turn the throttle." - Cycle World - July '90 "Lightning quick steering and low-slung weight mean the CB-1 can be tossed into a bend like it's your last. A slight push through the pegs and it'll tighten its line further." - Performance Bikes - June '99 __________________________________________________________________________________ This bike underwent a full safety check and tune up by a pro shop and is ready to ride. Clean title, first $3000 cash gets it. *I have a video of the bike running if you'd like to hear it as well*

1975 Honda CB 400F

$5,100

St Augustine, Florida

Year 1975

Make Honda

Model CB 400F

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

1975 Honda CB400f super sport, 10,030 original miles, still has dealer stickers on tank and tail section. Bike runs and drives perfect, beautiful all original except muffler. 5,100.00 386-546-5544

1977 Honda CB400F

$4,999

Peninsula, Ohio

Year 1977

Make Honda

Model CB400F

Category Standard Motorcycles

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

1977 HONDA CB400F,

1976 Honda CB400F

$4,000

Decatur, Alabama

Year 1976

Make Honda

Model CB400F

Category Standard Motorcycles

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

1976 Honda CB400F, PRE-OWNED 1976 HONDA CB400F W/ CUSTOM PAINT-TANK-HEADLIGHT, NEW BATT-TIRES-WHEEL CYLINDER-BRAKESHOES-BRAKELINE(F), RB MASTERCYLI

1975 Honda CB400F

$6,299

Tigard, Oregon

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1975 Honda CB400F, Old school SuperSport

1975 Honda CB400F

$5,999

Tigard, Oregon

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Old school SuperSport

Honda : CB 1975 honda cb 400 f supersport cb 750 cb 550 cb 500 cb 400 original bike

$2,500

Hutchinson, Kansas

Year 1975

Make Honda

Model CB

Category Sport Bikes

Engine 400

Posted Over 1 Month

1975 Honda CB400F Supersport First year bike in very original condition, all stock, the only part I can see missing is the chain guard. I bought the bike from the second owner, was purchased new in the next town by apparently a postman, the bike has been sitting in covered storage since 85 when I got it. I rebuilt the carbs with new seals, cleaned the tank and changed the fuel lines, rebuilt the front brake master cylinder and caliper and fitted a new battery. Oiled the chain and cleaned the bike and just generally got it to running and riding condition. It runs like a top, starts on both the kick start and electric start (had to fit an aftermarket start button, as this cb400f suffered the same brittle starter switch failure you always see on these and the 750's with the same switch...) all electrics work, needs a flasher relay which I will fit before it goes. The bike has the original owners manual, tool kit and the personal tag which reads 400SS, I really wanted to keep this but it's a shame to split it from the bike. The original paint is pretty good, there is a small dent on he top of the tank that I think could be popped out and another small dent at the back of the tank, the header on the far right has a little rash right on the corner, other than that the exhaust is in fantastic shape! The rest of the bike is generally good condition for it's age chrome is good, wiring is all intact and not chopped or messed with, tires are pretty tired and will need to be changed before any highway riding can be done, but they do run round with no flat spots and hold air well so could be used for short town stuff for the time being.... The clutch is a little whiney I think that could be just from sitting and might quiet down with use, but it shifts great through all gears. I do not currently have a title but if the buy it now price is agreed I will go and get the bike inspected and titled, which is an easy process on an antique bike in Kansas. Not in a hurry to sell, so please no low balls, bike is advertised elsewhere so may be removed at any time if sold. Thanks for looking, hope to find a home for this one.

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