Only 1,652 miles from new, 1987 Honda VFR700F

Only 1,652 miles from new

1987 Honda VFR700F

Highly-regarded as one of Honda’s veritable jewels, the Honda VFR 700 (a.k.a. Interceptor) is a sport-tourer produced from 1986 to 1997. It featured a liquid-cooled V4 engine, single-sided swingarm, unrivaled performance figures, and a slew of ride-enhancing cosmetic and mechanical upgrades.

A much-improved spin-off of the VF700/750F models, the Honda VFR 700 was designed to resolve its predecessor’s “chocolate camshaft” problems and help redeem the Japanese manufacturer’s declining image. And boy, did the sportbike do so wonderfully! So much so that it has won Cycle World’s Best Sportbike Award for six consecutive years. It is also a benchmark for modern-day street bikes equipped with more advanced technology.

The motorbike offered

The 1987 Honda VFR700F on offer here was liberated from long-term storage in Southern California’s dry climate. With only 1,652 miles on the odometer, this time capsule was in need of detailing and recommissioning with attention paid to the spark and fuel systems. The result is a great running bike with all the power to take it to its 150mph top speed. Cosmetically the bike is in good overall condition throughout. Complete with original owners manual the bike is in need of nothing more than tires (order what you would like, and we will put them on the bike) and a new owner to enjoy why the bike was as popular as it was when new.

For California buyers: the registration is in storage status so no back fees are due