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Lot 56 (National Motorcycle Museum, 2nd November 2019)

1984 Honda VF1000RE

Registration No: B360FTU
Frame No: SC16-2002062
Engine No: SC16E-2002115
cc: 998

- The styling was a celebration of the V4's racing heritage and the VF1000R was a showcase for the technology Honda had developed on the race track. The super sports bike still featured the same 998 cc V-4 engine in its rectangular section pipe frame but this was the first VF1000 to have gear driven cams that would become a trademark of future V4 Hondas

- Sixteen-inch racing comstar, silk black front wheel with endurance racing style, quick release front wheel fork bottoms, a very snazzy Honda fork brace, original multi way adjust clip on handlebars, all the way back to a ventilated rear disc inside the cast alloy swing-arm, this really was every bit of tech Honda could put on a road bike

- This bike sits on a set of Bridgestone tyres, engine is very sweet, recent Yuasa battery, 12 months MOT, the fuel tank benefits from a full refurbishment at the beginning of this year with a glass internal coating and external respray. All brake lines as stainless, otherwise the bike is as original. It still carries the supplying dealers' stickers, Mocheck of Clapham London, all current paperwork on file

Estimate
£5,500 - £6,500
 

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