Post Listing Update: This CB1300 was pulled off of eBay, final sale price unknown.
Never officially sold in the US, the Honda CB1300 (also known as the “Super Four”) was the successor to the CB1000 “Big One”. One of the available liveries, as shown here, was a bit of a Freddie Spencer tribute.
The CB1300 had a decent following in Japan, where the liquid-cooled (even if the cooling fins on the motor give a bit of air-cooled flavor) powerplant produced 99 horsepower. It’s the evolution of the UJM, though the increase in size has led Honda to also call this model the “Super Four”.
The seller of this example (VIN: SC401050324) says it’s a “9.9 out of 10” as it has “been perfectly mothballed and on museum displays for over 11 years.” The seller has run out of space in his museum so he’s letting a few bikes go. As this is a JDM bike, the VIN is only 11 digits. Despite that, the seller somehow got the bike titled and licensed in Oregon. To prepare for the sale, the seller had his mechanic bring the bike out of its nap, and now everything is said to work.
Find this CB1300 for sale in Beaverton, Oregon with bidding up to $8,099 and the reserve not yet met