Posts Tagged: For-sale

For Sale: 1978 Honda CB400 (Howard County, Maryland) $2,999

Like late-1970s stock Hondas? Here’s a beautiful 1978 Honda CB400 with less than 7,000 miles for sale in Maryland for $2,999. Despite that I own this exact bike in black, I wouldn’t buy this one. I paid $650 for my all-stock 1978 Honda CB400. My bike wasn’t as perfect as this one, but this isn’t… Read more »

For Sale: 1972 Honda CB450 (Fairfax, Virginia) $3,000

In Fairfax, Virginia, this 1972 Honda CB450 is for sale for $3,000. Here’s why I wouldn’t buy this bike CB450 – it’s too expensive. If however, you’re looking for a stock 1972 Honda CB450 with some upgrades, this might be a great bike for you. But if you’re like me, and you like chopping up… Read more »

For Sale: 1973 Kawasaki S350 (Stafford, Virginia) $6,000

Kawasaki riders, here’s one for you. For sale in Stafford, Virginia is this fully-restored 1973 Kawasaki S350. The photos of this Kawasaki S350 on the Craigslist listing are garbage, but it potentially looks like a rad bike. All you have to go on in the listing are four tight shots of the bike and this… Read more »

For Sale: 1967 Honda CT90 (Herndon, Virginia) $1,300

If I had an extra $1,300 lying around, I’d still not buy this 1967 Honda CT90 for sale in Herndon, Virginia. I grew up when these things were pretty common and worth a couple hundred bucks. To spend $1,300 on one that isn’t in mint condition is crazy. Even if it were in mint condition,… Read more »

For Sale: 1974 Honda CB750 (Rockville, Maryland) $12,000

Here’s a custom 1974 Honda CB750 for sale in Rockville, Maryland. The seller is asking $12,000. It has some nice mods, like a custom 4-into-1 exhaust, gas tank and seat. It looks pretty cool, but I’d have a hard time coughing up $12,000 for it. There’s no mention of any engine work and the triangle… Read more »

For Sale: 1978 Honda CB400A (Warrenton, Virginia) $2,800

I don’t know, man. Check out this 1978 Honda CB400A for sale on Craiglist in Warrenton, Virginia. The seller is asking $2,800 for it, which is crazy to me. I have this bike, but the non-automatic one. Now granted I have to shift mine the old fashioned way, but I paid $650 for it. This… Read more »