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Honda June 11, 2009 posted by

1994 Honda RS125

Now if you saw our last post for a pristine RS125, but wanted something you could seriously ride for track days or race, we have a perfect example in Alpharetta, Georgia.  This Honda RS125 is the perfect example of a serious race bike: not the prettiest thing, but gets the job done.  A RS125 would be a blast on the track and this example would be a perfect way to get there with a little work.  See the eBay ad here.

EDIT: Sold for $2,600.00 on 06/14/2009.

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Honda June 11, 2009 posted by

1991 Honda RS125

Located in Augusta, Georgia is a beautiful example of a Honda RS125.  This 125 series is what many fledgling GP stars, GP hopefuls, and weekend warriors enjoy because of it's focus on bike control over brute power.  This example has been nicely restored and presents well.  The description of pearl paints and polished pieces would normally be off putting but this RS125 looks incredible.  The seller claims the bike has been a home art piece (with pictures to prove it) since 2006 and it is very believable.  If you were actually wanting to run this bike (which I hope you would) for track days--or race it-- it would need a going over and possible tune up, but would be one of the best examples once done.  If you'd like to bid on it, see the eBay ad here.

EDIT: Did not meet reserve at $3,051.00 on 6/16/09.

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Honda June 7, 2009 posted by

1995 Honda NSR250 MC28

Locate in West Los Angeles, California is an untitled 1995 Honda NSR250.  MC28's are very cool, with their single sided swing arm; however, they are also have less horsepower and more weight that their earlier counterparts and use the ignition card system.  This example only claims to have 8,000km (4,970mi), but alas, the owner doesn't have a title--and I assume therefore it isn't registered either.  The owner is asking $10,000. I'm not sure if it's the California market or simply being unrealistic, but that seems quite high for an unregistered/untitled NSR250.  If the bike were registered and titled in California it probably wouldn't be too far from $10k.  If you feel that is a good price, however, see the Craigslist ad here.

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If you are in the market for a NSR250 and located in the Midwest or willing to ship, I would certainly follow up on an ad posted on the Madison, Wisconsin Craigslist.  The seller claims that they have a titled and registered 1988 NSR250 MC18 located in Portage, Wisconsin.  The ad states:

Real nice, clean 1988 NSR MC18 with current plate and title in my name. Runs and looks excellent. Too many extras to list! Must see! Dyno tuned and shows 61hp. Super fun, super quick and handles like nothing else. I'm selling because I have neck problems and can't ride sport bikes comfortably any longer. Pretty firm on price but might consider trading up or down for a newer dual sport or super moto.
Email for photos and I'll send them out tuesday. But call if serious. Please don't call if you don't know what a NSR250 is or if you don't have the money. 6086175090.

At $4,000; this would be worth looking into.  See the Craigslist ad here.

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Honda June 2, 2009 posted by

Restored Honda RVF400R NC35 $9000

Located in Tampa, Florida is a gorgeous, recently restored Honda RVF400R (NC35).  A beautifully presented example, this bike shows a recent, documented, restoration to stock with some additional carbon fiber ad-ons. Seller states:

Comes with track upper fairing, race can, some spares, all original OEM parts that I replaced, Haynes manual, parts manuals, decals, graphics, etc. The bike is 100% complete and even comes with OEM tool kit. I even have several hundred digital pics to document the entire journey.

Not cheap, but, this bike has recently been gone through, restored, and sorted.  NC35's are only getting rarer and I don't see them going down in value anytime soon.  See the Bay Area Riders Forum post here. See the documented restoration thread here.

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Honda June 1, 2009 posted by

1990 Honda NSR80

Keeping up with the Friday's mini influx is an excellent looking Honda NSR80, complete  with Florida title.  Located in Naples, Florida is a 492km (305.7mi) original NSR80.  The seller claims to have owned the bike for the last eight years, keeping it in a temperature controlled garage, which, based on the condition is quite believable.  Seller states that the bike may need a slight tune-up, which should be quite easy if the carb just needs an adjustment and not a full cleaning/rebuild.  Currently on eBay at $2085 with three days left, this bike should definitely be considered if you're in the market for a mini--also,  a bike that you can be assured no one else has.  See the eBay ad here.

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Honda May 20, 2009 posted by

1990 VFR400 NC30 $4300

A request from a reader, Ozzie, to locate a NC30 generated this find on the Reno Craigslist.  Located in Sparks, Nevada (Just north of Reno) is a 1990 Honda VFR400 NC30.  Currently registered and titled in Nevada, this Japan market bike looks quite good but carries some rash and "runs hot" at stoplights.  This could be quite an issue if it isn't as simple as the need for a new thermostat that the seller is claiming.  One question to ask yourself is, if the problem is so easy to fix, why hasn't the seller done it before bringing it to market?  If indeed the thermostat is to blame, it would be an easy fix to be a genuinely nice, gray-market bike.  The ad doesn't list mileage but mentions new front pads and fork seals, unrestricted black box, ceramic coated OX headers, carbon can, new rear sprocket and smoked windscreen.  The ad is a little vague, but with something as rare as this, you only need to let people know it's on the market and they can contact you from there.  If you're interested, see the Craigslist ad here.

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