FOR SALE 1979 HONDA CD200 BENLYNov 28th, 2016, LONDON E2
Moving to USA & cannot take my trusted vintage Honda cd200 Benly back with me!
Fun & fab little classic city bike, light & easily maneuverable but powerful enough to cruise at good (legal) speeds. KICK & ELECTRIC start, you choose your style! This 1979 parallel twin is stock & in excellent condition, ONLY 17,780miles. She purrs, RUNS great, is a true head-turner, NO rust, paint job pretty good, except for a little spot on left part of tank (see photo). My “Lil Lou” bike has been maintained by professional mechanics & recently tuned up:
- - New 6Volt battery -
- - New rear chrome fender -
- - Interior of Tank cleaned -
- - Carb cleaned & re-jetted by DMC -
- - All electrics function -
Comes with a heavy duty Chain-Lock & soft cotton lined all weather Bike-cover & extra pair of spark plugs.
It’s rare to find a 37 year old classic in London in this beautiful state of conservation. MOT all good till 10th FEB 2017 & located in Shoreditch/East London. Call Kiki: 07413063194 or email: email@example.com for inquiries. Asking for 1590GBP. Open to negotiate price only once you’ve seen her in person! :)
WIKIPEDIA : "Honda introduced several 200 cc motorcycles with similar engines but different body variations in the 1980s. The model introduced in South Africa and Pakistan was known as the CD200 RoadMaster. It had a twin cylinder 10-degree cylinder angle with a 360-degree crank shaft angle engine which meant the pistons moved together and reached top dead centre (TDC) and bottom dead centre (BDC) at the same time. It was a detuned version of the Honda CD185 twin. The engine had the same bore as the CD185 but low compression pistons (8.8:1) with a bore and stroke of 53.0 mm × 44.0 mm (2.09 in × 1.73 in), compared to 9.0:1 Compression and 53.0 mm × 41.0 mm (2.09 in × 1.61 in) for the CD185. The result was less power, a higher fuel economy and a lower top speed. The alternator system was also different from the CD185. Apart from this the models were much similar, using the same frames, suspension, wheels, tyres, and brakes. The CD200 featured a square speedometer, large front and rear mudguards, twin chrome exhausts, a choke tucked in behind the handle bars, a chrome plated fuel tank with the Honda logo and mock chrome air inlets on side panels. It had drum brakes in rear and front and a single 26 mm Keihin carburettor (PD 33A TA). It weighed 140 kg (310 lb)"