Posts by tag: RVF400R

Honda July 18, 2009 posted by

1996 Honda RVF400R NC35

Located in Portland, Oregon is a nice 1996 Honda RVF400R.  The bike shows 28,252 km’s (17,554mi) and has some light scratches on the side fairings but supposedly hasn’t suffered any major damage.  This bike comes with front & rear stands, an extra rear shock, and an extra set of plastics.  The asking price is a reasonable $6,500.  See the Craigslist ad here.

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Honda June 18, 2009 posted by

1994 Honda RVF400R NC35

Located in Massachusetts is a track prepared 1994 Honda RVF400R NC35.  The bike has no title and is far from street legal with supposedly $10k invested in it.  This NC35 looks like it needs to be gone through before it hits the track again, the seller doesn’t mention the last time it was run but mentions that it only has 5300km–the odometer shows 14532km.  This would be quite a capable track bike once cleaned up and gone through.  See the eBay ad here.

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Honda June 11, 2009 posted by

1995 Honda RVF400R NC35

On a tip from Victor, we have a 1995 Honda RVF400 NC35 located in San Diego, California.  This is a California titled and registered example with some cosmetic damage but nothing that would prevent it from being ridden proudly.  If you saw the recently restored example from Florida recently advertised at $9k, this California registered example looks quite good at a reasonable asking price of $6500.  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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