1972 Honda CB350F

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Post Sale Update: This CB sold for $3,600 after 27 bids in Lynchburg, Virginia.


Built between 1972 and 1974, the Honda CB350F was one of the smallest motors with more than two cylinders in the history of mass production. It was initially available alongside a CB350 twin so consumers had the choice of two or four cylinders.

Basic specifications included 34 horsepower, a dry weight of 373 pounds, and a top speed of 98 miles per hour. For more information, check out this article about the CB350F on Motorcycle Classics. As noted in that story, “each of the four pistons is not much larger than a medium-sized plastic pill canister you get from the pharmacy.

This example is beautifully adorned in a repaint of the original Candy Bacchus Olive color. Everything is said to work though there are some minor cosmetic issues such as a tear in the seat. The exhaust is original (which is not common for these bikes) though there are some dings and a small hole in the pipes. A recent service included an oil change, new battery, and new clutch plates. In the seller’s words, “although it’s not perfect, it’s not far from it either.”

Find this CB350F for sale in Lynchburg, Virginia with bidding up to $1,795 and the reserve met

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