1977 Honda CB400F

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This 1977 Honda CB 400F was refurbished in early 2018 with repainted bodywork, seat reupholstery, new decals, and an engine rebuild with refinished cases and new rings, gaskets, and seals. The bike is powered by an air-cooled 408cc transverse inline-four and a 6-speed manual transmission, and features include foam element air filters and a 4-into-1 Kerker exhaust. This CB400F has been with the selling dealer for a year and shows 4,400 miles. It is offered with over $9k in receipts for the build and and a clean California title in the owner’s name. The tank and side covers were repainted in yellow under new decals, the seat was rebuilt with new foam and a replacement cover, and the forks were overhauled with new oil and dust seals. Stock 18″ wheels wear new Pirelli Sport Demon tires with fresh tubes. The steering head bearings, handlebars and grips were replaced. Controls and gauges are shown up close in the gallery below. The odometer indicates just under 4,400 miles. The 408cc SOHC four features four 20mm Keihin carburetors and produced 37 horsepower in stock form. The cases were refinished and the engine rebuilt with new rings, seals, and gaskets in early 2018. Features include foam air filters and a 4-into-1 Kerker exhaust. Power is sent to the rear wheel through a 6-speed transmission. The swingarm bushings were replaced and a new chain installed during the rebuild, records from which are viewable in the gallery

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