In 1987, Honda updated the VFR400 to the NC24 generation – it was Honda’s first bike to use the Pro-Arm single-side swingarm that became a Honda staple in the 90s.
The base NC24 is a wonderful bike that constantly won 400cc shootouts. General specs were 59 horsepower, 29 lb-ft of torque, and a dry weight of 364 pounds. But for one year, Honda offered an official Rothmans replica livery, and that’s what makes this particular bike so interesting. This example (VIN: NC241012775) has approximately 12,600 miles and it’s said to be in “excellent running condition with only minor bodywork/paint defects/scratches.”
It was imported from Japan and is now offered with a Vermont title, though the seller is in North Carolina. Everything is said to work and the sale includes the factory parts manual, sales brochure, and original Japanese title.
Find this Rothmans Viffer for sale in Raleigh, North Carolina with bidding up to $4,014 and the reserve not yet met