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post #1 of 17 Old 08-16-2018, 12:27 PM Thread Starter
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Someone left a Honda on my property that is not in good shape. I would like to bring it back to life, but I need more information.

the Serial number on the frame is: JH2 NC0106 BMXXXXXX
the serial number on the engine is: NC01E-2201663

I am looking for the year, model and engine size of this motorcycle?


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post #2 of 17 Old 08-16-2018, 01:19 PM
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Post a pic or 2.

I'd call the local sheriff's dept, have them run the vin. The first thing thing you need to do is get a title.

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Thank you for the reply. I am currently in the process of doing what you suggest.

I am still intetested to fond out what ot is.
Can anyone help?

 
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Sounds like a Honda CM/CB 400

Pics should help.
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Sounds like a Honda CM/CB 400

Pics should help.


Here is a pic of the bike
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thank you for the link, but it says its a single cylinder 70cc and I know that its a two cylinder and probably larger than that.

Its very confusing as to what it could be.

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Someone left a Honda on my property that is not in good shape. I would like to bring it back to life, but I need more information.

the Serial number on the frame is: JH2 NC0106 BMXXXXXX
the serial number on the engine is: NC01E-2201663

I am looking for the year, model and engine size of this motorcycle?


thank you for your assistance.
Are you sure it isn't NC0105 ???

Either way I'm sure it is a 1981 CM400T. Colors were either Bourgogne Red/Metallic Bronze or Candy Sword Blue/Metallic Light Blue (two tones).

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Are you sure it isn't NC0105 ???

Either way I'm sure it is a 1981 CM400T. Colors were either Bourgogne Red/Metallic Bronze or Candy Sword Blue/Metallic Light Blue (two tones).
It definitely is a NC0106

I looked at some pictures of the MC400T and it does look like it. thanks,

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They could've left you a seat and tank cap. What the hell has come out the oil filler hole? Poo!

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Turning old clunkers like that into Cafe' Racers seems to be the thing to do now days. I have zero patience for someone else's neglected rusted junk. But someone else may look at that thing and see the treasure that lies beneath. Good luck. You're going to need it.

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Turning old clunkers like that into Cafe' Racers seems to be the thing to do now days. I have zero patience for someone else's neglected rusted junk. But someone else may look at that thing and see the treasure that lies beneath. Good luck. You're going to need it.
I was thinking the same. This one's pretty cool.
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Turning old clunkers like that into Cafe' Racers seems to be the thing to do now days. I have zero patience for someone else's neglected rusted junk. But someone else may look at that thing and see the treasure that lies beneath. Good luck. You're going to need it.
Yes, you could probably but 2 or 3 good conditions ones for the same $ as it will cost you to fix that one up. It was most likely dumped because it's junk.

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I have zero patience for someone else's neglected rusted junk. But someone else may look at that thing and see the treasure that lies beneath. Good luck. You're going to need it.
Joined that club myself after peering thru the window for years only to return the siren call of deteriorated junk. I'll still restore or fix something but I'm far more discerning. Has to be halfway decent & cared for going in--garbage in is garbage out.

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Are you sure it isn't NC0105 ???

Either way I'm sure it is a 1981 CM400T. Colors were either Bourgogne Red/Metallic Bronze or Candy Sword Blue/Metallic Light Blue (two tones).
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