Although not officially sold in the UK, Honda introduced its 347cc 34bhp CB350 Four in 1972. At the time it was the smallest ever mass-produced multi. Its replacement, the CB400 Four, went on sale in 1975, and its much sportier appearance, plus its European influenced flat bars and rear-set footrests, made it an instant sales success.
Powered by a 37bhp 408cc SOHC motor with a distinctive 4 into 1 exhaust system as standard, it was a genuine 100mph machine with handling to match.
This classic and collectible ‘70s Honda Four comes with 36,690km (22,798m) recorded on the on the odometer.