Honda GB500 Cafe Racer CB750,CB550,CB350,CB77,CB125,Dream. 1335 mile Venice

1990 Honda CB

Price: US $3,000.00
Item location: El Segundo, California, United States
Make: Honda
Model: CB
Year: 1990
Mileage: 1,335
VIN: JH2PC161XLK100165
Color: Black
Engine size: 500
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Original 1335 mile from Venice beach California. Bike inside Garage 3 years, eeds battery and clean up carburetor. Motorcycle has surface rust and surface aluminum corrosion motorcycle always in Venice beach,CA . never down or hit. Please see picture for more detail. Motorcycle available to see at Garage Company 956 W,Hyde Park Blvd, nglewood CA. Information for 1990 HONDA GB500 The Honda GB500 'Tourist Trophy' is a single cylinder, ir-cooled, ingle passenger motorcycle introduced in the late 1980s and first marketed in Japan in 1985 in two 400 cc and one 500 cc versions. Honda subsequently introduced a third 400 cc version for Japan and finally a 500 cc version for the US (1989,1990). The motorcycle was unofficially sold on the grey market in a number of countries. Also called the TT, he motorcycle derives its caf? racer styling,[1] mechanical configuration and its name from the motorcycles that raced the noted Tourist Trophy,[2] a historic 37-mile road circuit on the Isle of Man. All GB500's featured black-green paint with gold pin-striping and lettering, s well as chrome wire wheels, lip-on handlebars, teel-braided oil lines, teel side covers (i.e., ot plastic), ound gauges with matte silver faces, ork gaiters, on-adjustable fork with hydraulic damping, 8-inch wheels with tube-type tires, olo seat with painted rear cowling and a fuel tank indented with knee grips.[3] The GB500's engine was based on the Honda XL600 engine, dry-sump four-stroke dirt bike. The four-valve single cylinder engine featured a radial four-valve combustion chamber, long with a tubular frame, ire wheels, lip-on handlebars, olo seat, eat hump, nd pin-striped gas tank. The styling resembled TT single-cylinder racing bikes (such as the Manx Norton, he BSA Gold Star and the AJS 7R) that were prominent in the TT until the 1960s. In the USA, B500s were imported for model years 1989 and 1990. In 1992, third-party exported 1,000 unsold Honda GB 500 Clubmans (German) from the USA to Germany as grey import vehicles.[4][5][6] Both the 400 cc and 500 cc versions were imported and sold by Honda New Zealand. When originally released in NZ, he GB came in three models: dual seat; Mk2 with half-fairing, ingle seat with cowling; and no fairing, ingle seat.

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