Fresh in from the USA, an October 1981, 1982 model year, Honda CX500 Turbo. A super rare, highly collectable one year only, flying machine! And as a bonus, it’s the 400th CX500 turbo made!! All original, low genuine miles of just 22,446. With a jump battery connected, and a press of the starter button, it fires into life first time. All warning lights go off, Turbo boost lights work, and so does the turbo boost. Good oil pressure, comes up to temperature, and temp gauge works. Front brake works, rear doesn’t, lights work, horn works, indicators don’t. Massive road rash on right hand side, heat shield repairable, no damage to pipes. Shifts through all the gears, clutch works fine. Two keys, and fuel tank like new inside. Ultra rare bike in this condition. These don’t turn up to often (NEVER!), so be quick on this one, it won’t be here long! Comes with US Title.
Don’t forget we can deliver nationwide.
The bike is not UK registered, but paperwork is supplied (NOVA) to register it on a UK age related plate to show all duties have been paid. All you will need to add to this is insurance, MOT and the DVLA £55 first reg. fee. Supplied with a US title. Full written instructions are supplied on how to register the machine. The procedure is very simple and easy to follow.
Frequently asked questions:
Will you do this bike cheaper for me?
Our bikes are priced firm and haggle free.
How do I buy this bike?
A £250 non-refundable deposit secures the bike. Call 01905 620127 or paypal to firstname.lastname@example.org. We take all major debit and credit cards (2.5% charge for credit cards). Ask for Will or Justin
Viewing is welcomed, but is strictly by appointment – please call or email.
Part-exchange is welcome. Please email sales@classicbikeimports with information, price and pictures of your bike.
Collection, Delivery & Shipping
You are very welcome to collect in person or have your bike delivered. All Bikes must be paid for within 7 days, and must be collected within 14, after 14 days all bikes carry a storage charge of £7.50+VAT.
Motorcycles without MOT are sold as seen with no warranty given or implied.