1985 Honda Interceptor on mail.2040motos
Honda Interceptor description
Running but in bad condition. The bike starts and will idle with choke on. It will go into 1ST gear and 4TH and 5TH gear. 2ND and 3RD seem to be stripped. This bike is either a project or a parts bike, up to you. I'm just looking to get rid of it, its just taking up space. The bike is mostly complete but the dash is broken and the fairings are in bad shape, seat on the other hand is in great shape. I cleaned the carbs on this bike but fuel pump is missing a relay so currently only bypassed the fuel pump to gravity fed to test it, was able to ride it in first gear around the yard after some fiddling with the throttle. Ask any questions I will be glad to reply. Please be aware that the bike will only come with bill of sale as 1985 and earlier bikes did not come with titles. Also you will have to come and pick up this bike from S. Georgia near Vidalia.
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