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Production (Stock) Honda CBX1000, Having been a member for a while - I never did contribute.  I have put together about 30 photos of my pristine 1979 and 1980 Honda CBX Supersport six-cylinder 1100s.  The Perseus Silver one won Best in Class and/or Best of Show when the AMA had Vintage Days four years running out west here at Sears Point (no longer).  I never trailered it or stuffed it in a
pick-up - just rode it everywhere.  Had about 12,000 original miles on the clock. 

The Candy Glory Red 1979 is now serving as the core for a unique project bike - not a street-fighter but with every advancement imaginable for road performance - $25kUSD plus the price of the bike so far - it should make a few pages in the monthly rags.

The Black 1980 was one of 900 of that color built at Hondas new Marysville plant alongside the Goldwing to get under President Reagans tariff to save Harley. It has 2200 miles on the clock as can be seen in one of the photos.
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Date: 28-Sep-18
Views: 282
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Having been a member for a while - I never did contribute. I have put together about 30 photos of my pristine 1979 and 1980 Honda CBX Supersport six-cylinder 1100s. The Perseus Silver one won Best in Class and/or Best of Show when the AMA had Vintage Days four years running out west here at Sears Point (no longer). I never trailered it or stuffed it in a pick-up - just rode it everywhere. Had about 12,000 original miles on the clock. The Candy Glory Red 1979 is now serving as the core for a unique project bike - not a street-fighter but with every advancement imaginable for road performance - $25kUSD plus the price of the bike so far - it should make a few pages in the monthly rags. The Black 1980 was one of 900 of that color built at Hondas new Marysville plant alongside the Goldwing to get under President Reagans tariff to save Harley. It has 2200 miles on the clock as can be seen in one of the photos.





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