c.1983 Honda VF750F Interceptor
Frame no. RC15-2001187
Engine no. RC07E-2109857
Honda's 1970s domination of the middle and heavyweight classes had been achieved with a succession of across-the-frame, inline fours but towards the end of the decade the Japanese manufacturer began to turn increasingly to vee-configuration engines, the first four-cylinder example, the VF750, arriving in 1982. Smaller VF400 and VF500 v-fours followed, together with the range-topping VF1000F and VF1000R. This VF750 Interceptor is one of the earliest examples of this type of engine used in a sports-tourer and this model is already approaching classic status. We are advised that the engine turns over readily with no untoward noises. Currently displaying a total of 80,864 kilometres (approximately 50,247 miles) on the odometer, the machine is offered with copies of Dutch registration documents. No reserve.