1981 Honda CBX With 1 Mile: Easy Restoration Project?
The good news: This CBX has nearly no miles! The not so good news: It has damage from other bikes falling on it. The CBX has a loyal following without a doubt and this reportedly zero mile example sure will find another home. The question is at what price. It’s hard to know from the pictures how tough it will be to get this bike into showroom/museum condition for the price. The current bid is $4550 reserve not met but the listing also wears a $10k buy-it-now. Leave your thoughts in the comments below.
from the seller:
This bike has been in my shed for well over a decade. I was going to get it going but I’ve moved on to other projects and it is just in the way now.
This bike has no miles on it. It does, however have some damage from being in storage where it had another bike fall over onto it causing it to fall into another bike.
You can see the windshield is cracked, the left mirror is broken, the front brake lever is broken, the glass is broken out of the headlight cover, the right grip is torn, the right lower faring is broken, the fuel tank has dents on both sides and both saddlebags are scratched or scuffed.
To my knowledge, this bike has never even been started.
The exhaust is in excellent shape as is the rest of the body work, engine components, wheels, gauges, bars, controls, seat, turn signals etc… If there are any questions please give me a call or message through ebay.