1982 Honda Goldwing Aspencade. Bought new by my Father-In-Law in 1982. Always stored. I purchased it from him last year in June before his death. I have done the following restorations to the bike and want to move on to another project even though this one is nearly fully completed. Just tired and want to move on to another one. New front and rear wheel bearings and seals,
New brake pads,
Rebuilt the front master cylinder,
New battery this year with a new Battery Tender,
New Bridgestone tires this spring with less than 250 miles on them,
New exhaust system and synchronized carbs and re-jetted to accommodate new exhaust.
Fresh set of plugs,
Valves adjusted. New Timing Belts less than 8,000 miles ago done by my father-in-law at the Honda Shop.
Shaft drive inspected and regreased with new fluid in the rear reservoir.
New Progressive front fork springs and front forks sealed and new Progressive HD rear springs because the air suspension system did not work and to replace it was more than having the mechanic put on an all new suspension and it does ride very well.
New hand grips and no tears or rips in the seat.
The radio was removed and as were the speakers long ago because it quit working for my father-in-law.
He remounted the charge gauge to the center of the interior of the fairing.
The only scratch is on the right rear on the tour-pack and photo shows it. It has Markland Passenger Floorboards and I also have the Markland Wrap-Around Light Bar that goes around the saddlebags. The windshield is new this spring as are the speedometer cable and tachometer cable. The center-stand was removed to accommodate the new exhaust system. It has new hoses and a new thermostat and fresh anti-freeze, fresh oil change and an extra oil filter that will come with it. No leak or oil burning from the engine and no leaks from the coolant system. All new bulbs and a new headlight replaced with a Sylvania Hi/Low Beam SilverStar lamp. The lower fairing cowls were removed by me for the reason being the attachment points were all cracked, replacements are available on eBay but I kind of liked it without them because they were hiding a lot of chrome underneath them.
Here's something you don't see, a Road King with a full size, quick-detach tour pack with rack. Great for touring and especially for passenger comfort riding two -up. Very versatile in combination with a two piece Corbin seat.