Wed, 27th Oct 2021 12:00

National Motorcycle Museum

 
Lot 78
 

1982 Honda CBX 1000 Pro Link
Two owners from new

Sold for £10,925

(including buyers premium)


Lot details

Registration No: EBD 994X
Frame No: 2301809
Engine No: 2304644
CC:
1000
MOT: Sep 2022

  • Rare Pro Link version of the classic CBX Honda Six
  • One of the few 6 cylinder motorcycles ever produced
  • 6 into 2 chrome exhaust system stamped 'Sankei 2082'
  • Fully faired with Honda colour matched pannier set
  • Supplied with the original Owners Book and bill of sale
  • MOT'd until Sep 2022 and registered on a current V5C

The Honda Motor Company was founded by Soichiro Honda in 1937, initially producing piston rings for Toyota. They made their first motorcycle in 1949 and within 10 years had become the biggest motorcycle manufacturer in the world, going on to make over 400 million two-wheelers as well as millions of other power products. The launch of the four cylinder CB750 in 1969 ushered in the 'Superbike' boom in the seventies and Hondas crowning glory of the era was the amazing six cylinder CBX1000, still one of the few 6 cylinder motorcycles ever produced.

This excellent original condition CBX is the later B version with 'Pro Link' monoshock rear suspension and improved braking system featuring double ventilated front disc. The bike came supplied with a full fairing to emphasise its sports/tourer credentials and this example is fitted with the optional Honda colour matched panniers. The vendor is only the second owner of the bike having purchased it from the first owner in 2009 and it comes together with its original owners book, a few old tax disc and MOTs, a Dyno print out and even its original bill of sale. Supplied with a current V5C and MOTd until September 2022.

For more information, please contact:
Ian Cunningham
ian.cunningham@handh.co.uk
07415 871189

 

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