Gorgeous Restomod – 1983 Honda CB1100F

In Japan, Sport by Abhi6 Comments

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Post-Sale Update: After 39 bids on eBay, this Honda sold for $15,099…and I actually think that’s a deal.

This CB1100F was rebuilt into a project named “Evolution” over 3 years by Darren Begg of dB Customs. The seller was inspired by current Japanese custom builders who have been restomodding 80s classics, and he wanted to turn this into a modern tribute of the CB-F. It looks beautiful, and the high quality photos don’t hurt!

Modifications are extensive, but the highlights of this bike (VIN: JH2SC110XDM005796) include the swingarm from a CBR1100XX Blackbird that’s been modified for twin Ohlins shocks, RC51 front forks, LSL superbike bars, Woodcraft rearsets, and a Corbin Gunfighter seat. Instruments are from Koso and a RC51, and the turn signals are from a CBR600RR. It’s a Honda party! In addition to the slick cosmetics, the powerplant has got some work – it’s been bored to 1,123cc and given Wiseco forged pistons. 39mm Keihin flat slides take care of fueling and a custom exhaust hooked up to Peter Schule headers take care of what happens when the fuel is consumed. Last February, this bike was featured in Cycle Canada magazine.

Honda CB1100F Restomod - Right Side

Find this 1100F for sale in Kanata, Ontario, Canada with bidding up to $6,900 and the reserve not yet met

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