WTS/WTT 1982 Honda CB900F

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  1. mac79912

    mac79912 Well-Known

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    For sale 1982 Honda CB900F supersport.22000 miles,4 into 1 pipes.Runs great!$750 or will consider trade for a nice 1911.Bought another bike and have no room for it.
     


  2. zembonez

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    That thing oughta haul buns. Post some more pics of it.
     
  3. mac79912

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  4. mac79912

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    It runs awesome.Gets to 60 pretty fast.
     
  5. idleprocess

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    Been thinking about getting a motorcycle... Too bad I'm in Dallas.
     
  6. zembonez

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    You can ride a Motorcycle to Dallas.
     
  7. idleprocess

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    Would be a bit of a ride for someone that has no experience.
     
  8. mac79912

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    Once you get it into fifth gear your good to go.:DGets about 250 miles to the tank.You also could put it into the back of a truck.
     
  9. mac79912

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    price lowered! $750 obo.:banger:
     
  10. ducksps

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    someone buy that bike!!!!

    The old oil cooled inline 4 japanese engines from the early eighties are tough as nails and are comfy to boot. Heck, cheap flight to El Paso on Southwest, drink some beer out of Macs fridge and get home the next day. Think of the adventure. Imagine owning a bike that will never go down in value and likely run till we stop refining petrofuels in the distant future.

    I have a 1982 Suzuki GS1000 engine in my life and not likley to let her go anytime soon.

    Chris
     

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