Built for just one year, the Honda CB1100F was a sleek looking standard that was mighty quick – in January of ’83, Cycle World said it was the fastest stock bike they’ve ever tested.
The 4 cylinder engine produced 108 horsepower, good for a top speed of 139 miles per hour. The US got an optional chin fairing and a slightly different seating position than the rest of the world.
This example has just over 13,000 miles and the seller emphasizes the condition and originality of his bike “because that’s where the value is”. It’s highly original and it’s said to be in excellent condition with minor imperfections that include scratches on the fairing, right mirror, and tank. The oil cooler has a small dent and the right rear shock is missing a sticker. Otherwise, it’s a well-preserved example of a rare bike. The only aftermarket parts are stainless steel brake lines, and there’s a few new pieces: sprockets, tires, chain, and air filter. The only mechanical issue seems to be carbs, which need to be adjusted and probably cleaned as the seller has let it sit for the last two years.
Find this CB1100F for sale in Nashville, Tennessee with bidding up to $5,500