Post Listing Update: This bike was pulled off of eBay, final sale price unknown.
More of an evolution rather than a revolution, the Honda CB400F has one of the most distinctive exhaust systems ever produced – known by some as the “waterfall pipes”. Though it wasn’t as fast as its competition, this little four cylinder was smoother, quieter, and gave better gas mileage.
Featuring a relatively rare-for-the-time six-speed transmission, the CB400F was styled somewhat like a cafe racer and had an engine that produced 37 horsepower. Weighing just over 400 pounds, a rider could knock off the quarter mile in about 14.1 seconds. It’s a basic, classic bike that would be just fine serving as a lovely daily rider, even almost at the age of 30.
This example (VIN: CB400F-1034614) has 29,954 miles on the odometer and it’s being offered with no reserve. The seller is the second owner, and he/she has had it for 19 years. The sale includes the original owner’s manual, tool kit, and a couple of spare parts – throttle cable and clutch. While the cosmetics are in generally good shapre there is some light pitting in the chrome and the tank has a small dent on the right side.
Find this CB400F for sale in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania with bidding up to $1,725