1975 Honda CB400F Cafe Racer


The Honda CB400F Super Sport will forever be a Vintage Kraft darling. Mostly because I happen to own one myself so they will always have a soft spot in my heart. This one is no different, particularly given its cafe racer ambitions.

Highlights include K&N pod filters, uprated rear springs, clip-ons, and Manx seat. Honda only produced the CB400F for three years from 1975-1977 in relatively low numbers. It was the successor to the 350 and was a vast improvement in looks and performance.

With its intentionally sportier edge, the 400F offered refinement, performance, and all-around good looks for a mid-70s bike. Key unique features included a 4-into-1 exhaust, squared-off tank, light weight, 6-speed transmission, and 10,000 RPM redline. For realz.

Due to these features and awesome ride dynamics, CB400Fs are becoming collectibles and increasing in value, with cherry all-stock examples going for $5,000+. Which makes this blue cafe’d CB400F a relative bargain at $4,100. Available now on Craigslist Madison, Wisconsin.


The 4-into-1 exhaust was a signature feature of the CB400F

Year: 1975
Make: Honda
: CB400F Super Sport
Engine: 408cc inline four-cylinder four-stroke
Mileage: 22,000
Price: $4,100


A stock CB400F looked pretty good right out of the box

K&N Pod filters, Up-jetted, Dyna electronic ignition, Manx custom seat, Progressive rear springs, Tomasselli 33mm vintage clip-ons. Tires have 90% tread, This bike has never been neglected. It’s 38 years old and it runs Great!!! 22k miles. WI title in hand. This bike was clocked @113mph.

Contact: six zero eight nine five seven two 4 six six

Click here to see the full ad on Craigslist.


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