Featured Listings

Honda posted by

1995 Honda CBR600F3 Smokin Joe’s

1995 Honda CBR600F3 Smokin Joes for sale

While not as exotic as many of the listings we usually display, this Smokin Joe’s CBR600F3 is one of the best we’ve seen with just 4,500 miles. Seller states it has usually been stored inside and only the signals and muffler have been modified.

Have a good week all!

dc

1995 Honda CBR600F3 for sale on eBay

s-l1600

from the seller’s listing:

Selling a first year collector Smoking Joe Edition Honda CBR600 F3. This bike is in excellent mechanical and cosmetic condition. It has been stored inside for most of its life. Motorcycle is all stock with the exception of a removeable tank bra, turn signals and an aftermarket exhaust slip-on. Parts are still readily available for this motorcycle so if you are a collector, sourcing turn signals and the slip-on is no problem.

Not much more I can say about this motorcycle. This is the race replica paintjob after Miguel Duhamel won the AMA championship in 1995. This bike is sure to continue to rise in value over time as they have become quite rare.

Please feel free to email me with any questions you may have about this motorcycle. I am selling off 4 or 5 of my collector Honda models so have a look at my other auctions.

This motorcycle is located in Bradenton, FL.

6 Comments

  • Something we will never see again cigarette sponsors in motorsports. Also kind of unique is the joe camel decals remember he made kids wanna smoke kind of a non pc color scheme by today’s standards.

  • Mike Hale and Miguel were the guys to beat back then. You don’t see clean low mile ones like this too much any more.

  • Cool paint scheme but unfortunately not a very collectible bike.

  • The F3 was a great Honda CBR 600…electric acceleration to the ton. Great handling too. Needs practically nothing.

  • It maybe collectible but not as valuable. It’s really a $3k bike, maybe $3200 if someone wants one bad. I had a 2002 GSXR 600 special edition with 11 miles on the clock that I had a very hard time selling. It really boiles down to the cubes.

  • I have no interest in owning this bike, but it sure brings back great memories of watching Duhamel killing it, even in his old age.

Support Our Sponsors!



FB Like Box

Subscribe by Email

Get all our new posts delivered to your email automatically. Spam free! Enter your email address:

Archives