1983 Honda Magna
1983 Honda Magna (this photo is for example only; please contact seller for pics of the actual motorcycle for sale in this classified)
I bought 1983 Honda Magna for sale was bought from the owner who had owned the bike for 24 years! He bought it back in the day from a friend he knew who was the original owner. He kept very good care of it although it's not showroom perfect but everything that you would want to work in perfect condition does!
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The Magna's engine was designed after the Honda racing engine. If features the right balance between smooth cruising while still offering up lots of power.
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The 1983 Honda Magna V65 is in great mechanical condition and everything works (the left and right signals work when the bike warms up). Other than the signal issue; all is fine and the bike shifts perfectly.
I fell going about 25 miles per hour while making a turn and slid on the gravel but nothing is wrong with it other than a few things.
The speedometer works but a part of it it is broken, one of the pegs broke off, the headlight went out and the metal assembly will need to be replaced but it shouldn't cost more than $200-$300 to get it looking the way it's supposed to be cosmetically.
The 1983 Honda Magna for sale is in Douglasville (a town near Atlanta GA) and the price on it is $1950.
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