great, looks great & rides great.
I'm only selling this because we are purchasing a boat (in escrow now) and I want to make some room in my garage.
V-4 engine; 4 into 4 exhaust system with 2 up-swept exhaust pipes on each side; Water cooled; Shaft drive (clean, safe and none of that constant chain adjusting); Solid front and rear wheels; 6 speeds; Very fast at high rpms, yet good safe, controllable torque at lower rpms; Best of all, reliable and easy to ride.
Reduced Price: for bike and very extensive set of parts.
This dependable bike,
was made in the style that came to be known as the "Super" only in 1987 and 1988, as a blend of art and engineering that was ahead of its time.
The 1988 Super Magna is faster and more powerful than the 1987. In addition, it's estimated that only 3,302 1988 Supers were made.
The engine was also known as the "V45," because 750cc is equal to 45 cubic inches. For specs, see: http://www.motorcyclespecs.co.za/model/Honda/honda_vf750c%20super%20magna%2087.htm
pipes have no scratches. Transmission is perfect.
bought the bike in January 2005 with 13,539 miles.
The bike is clean.
The bike has never been down. The exhaust pipes don't have a scratch on them. VTX shocks.
This bike is fast. Progressive springs in forks. K&N air filters.
Low driver's seat
Lots of parts come with the bike, including a Honda sissy bar with back rest;
Honda rear carrier (rack); and, on CD-ROM, Honda service manual and Honda parts
some unknown reason, the VIN (1HFRC280XJA101546) is not in the free Internet databases. However, before I bought the bike, the Auto
Club (AAA) confirmed that title is clear. It's estimated that only 3,000 of these were made. See http://www.supermagna.com/html/production_numbers.htm for estimate and deciphering of VIN.
Here's What Others Say About this Motorcyle:
History of the Magna: http://www.supermagna.com/html/chronology.htm
Narrow, Perfectly Balanced Smooth Engine:
Certainly More Powerful Than Any Other
750 Cruiser: (Motorcyclist Magazine June 1988)
VF750C operates with precision, assurance
and power: (Cycle Magazine April 1988)
Utterly Reliable: (Rider Magazine Oct. 1987)
Seemingly Incompatible Partnership Between Logic and Passion (Cycle Canada April 1987)"The
V45 engine was remarkably narrow, being only 16 inches wide, and had
perfect primary balance, making for a smooth engine." (Magna Owners of
Editor's Choice: (Cycle Buyer's Guide 1987)
Later model VF750C Places in the Middle of the Motorcycle Superpower Summit: Harley-Davidson
V-Rod, Honda Magna, Honda Valkyrie, Honda VTX1800C, Kawasaki Mean
Streak, Yamaha V-Max, Yamaha Warrior: