Honda 1983 VF750F Interceptor For Sale

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Mount Kisco, New York, United States
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Description Honda 1983 VF750F Interceptor

Honda 1983 VF750F Interceptor
This bike was purchased for my collection a few years back
from a dealer (with moderate front end damage), and I don’t have much history
on it.  I have owned an identical model
since it’s pre-release in1982 and though I’ve owned many sport bikes since, it
is still my all-time favorite.  (I’m trying
to reduce the collection and since this is a duplicate, it’s just time to “let
It has had an entire frame and body re-paint but
unfortunately has about a half-dozen minor scratches as detailed in the
pictures.  It has a very strong running
motor, good brakes and a decent chain.  The front end damage was repaired (tubes, stem,
bearings) and bike geometry checked by G.M.D Computrack.  The tires are old and only good for rolling
it around in the garage!
For collectors, this is a rare opportunity to own one of the
more significant bikes in sport bike history, and unusual to find one in essentially
stock condition. It was a groundbreaking
bike with many features never before seen on stock bikes: On-the-fly fork
damping adjustment, air assist on front and back, slipper clutch, anti-dive
braking, full bodywork, an extremely torquey V4 motor, etc.  Honda made the bike to win in the premier
class, and did so for the following five years. 
It was a ‘halo’ bike with relatively low sales since Honda’s only
interest in selling to the public was for homologation rules.  (See pic of Cycle world article and Freddie
Spencer comments)
The deviations from stock (all reversible) are the Dunstall slip-ons, signal stalks, Oakley windscreen, grips,
and a short rear fender.  Although the
present odometer (replaced panel) shows 54K miles, the original one indicates the
true mileage of 35K.  Working tach, but
indicator needle broken in half.

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