1983 Honda CB1100F

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Post Listing Update: This CB1100F was pulled off of eBay, final sale price unknown.


It was heavy, but it was fast. In fact, when Cycle World tested the CB1100F (an evolution of the CB900F) in January of 1983, they called it the fastest stock bike they had ever tested as it was able to hit over 140 miles per hour.

Wet weight was around 580 pounds, but thanks to the 1,062cc, 108 horsepower motor you could hit 67 miles per hour in first gear. The US got an optional chin fairing and a slightly different seating position than the rest of the world, and magazine reviewers considered the $3,698 MSRP to be a good deal. For more on the CB-F, check out this article on Motorcycle Classics.

This example has 20,722 miles, and the seller says that the only flaws are “touched up scratch on tank and small touch up on rear fender behind seat.” The fuel was drained and the bike was on display, but it has new fork seals, new tires, and the carbs have been rebuilt. The seller says this “bike is in perfect condition.”

Find this CB1100F for sale in Cameron, Wisconsin with bidding up to $3,301 and the reserve not yet met here on eBay.

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