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An RVF400 and VFR400 For Sale in the Bay Area

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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.

San Fran Craigslist continues to be the leader amongst all listings featured on this blog. I’m going to have to start tagging entries especially for the lucky enthusiast who live in the area!

First up, the 1990 NC30 VFR 400R:

quote from seller’s Craigslist ad:

*Up for sale is a JDM (Japanese Domestic Market) 1990 Honda VFR400R NC30.
*Bike has 24,626 km on the clock.
*Bike runs great, no leaks.
*Bike is not registered. Grey import for race use only in the US.
*Tires are Dunlop K510F 120/60R17 in the front and Dunop K510B 150/60R18 in the rear.
*There are some minor scratches and scuffs on the paint as you would expect coming from 17 year old bike but otherwise this bike is in pristine condition.

$3,900 obo

And next this Honda RVF400:

quote from seller’s Craigslist ad:

Honda RVF 400 $3000. Cali reg as a RVF400
This bike is very rare and fun to ride… I need it gone for a new toy I am only selling cheap for two reasons 1.) I need the space 2.) I took off the fairing because I was going to paint. so you have to re-install
good ~ Bike is fun to ride and rare (great for new rider)
bad need paint and wind screen is cracked

Naturally the VFR400 with original looking bodywork would be my pick. Too bad it doesn’t have registration. The RVF400 is probably the cooler bike mechanically, but restored plastics would be at the top of my list. But with a title and registration, and an asking of only $3k, it’d be a great rider while you tried to determine if it was going to be a track bike or light restoration for the street.

Check out the Wikipedia entry on the RVF400, which also details the differences with the VFR400.

dc

1 Comment

  • JUST PASSING ALONG MY NC IS BACK FOR SALE DUE TO DEADBEAT BIDDER.

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