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1992 Honda NR 750 RC40 On Yahoo Auctions Japan

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This post is in our archives. Links in this post have been updated to point to similar bikes available to bid on eBay.

This is a real Honda NR available in Japan with limited time left!

Bike:  1992 Honda NR

Miles:  2,500km (1,553mi)

Price:  ¥3,880,000.00JPY ($47,505.37USD) Opening bid

Location:  Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan

This is a pipe dream to most of our readers, for reasons of price and location, but it’s still fun to look at!  The seller states that this NR has a two centimeter (0.79in) crack in the windscreen and some corrosion on the forks.  As a 2500km example, I would assume the seller is being completely honest and, hopefully, listing all of the defects regardless of how small–As anyone should expect with a $50k motorcycle.  With only two days left on the auction, it’s going to be a rush to get things together to purchase this bike, but if you’re willing to put $50k into a motorcycle you probably can work quickly.  Now, from what we’ve seen from European NR’s, this one is considerably, considerably, cheaper than the others which can be see here.  If you’ve been looking for an NR, I’d suggest you look to see if this is a legitimate bike and go for it, if you were to import it under the assumption of show & display or track only, it’d still be a great garage piece–I don’t have to tell you this!  See this great Honda on Yahoo Auction Japan hereMake sure to use Google Translate, or similar, if you’re not up on your Hiragana, Katakana, or Kanji...

AG

3 Comments

  • […] una nr750 rc40(pistones ovales,8 bielas,32 valvulas) en japon a la modica suma de $47,505.37USD https://raresportbikesforsale.com/199…uctions-japan/ para david,tan vendiendo una honda cbx 1047 con un escape 6 a 1 marca DG q dice que suena como […]

  • […] 20 years (has it been THAT long?) the bike is now selling for nine times the price, which makes the other NR750 that Alex listed a week ago seem like a bargain. It’s a two-decade old design, yet the NR750 still looks gorgeous and fresh, although there […]

  • […] Rare SportBikes For Sale » Blog Archive » 1992 Honda NR 750 … Make sure to use Google Translate, or similar, if you're not up on your Hiragana, Katakana, or Kanji… 1992 Honda NR 750 Right Front. 1992 Honda NR 750 Right Rear. 1992 Honda NR 759 Right Fairing Close Up. AG … […]

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