This highly modified Honda CB1100F is just too cool to pass up. It started life as a stock 1100F, when a dealer pulled it right off the dealership floor and, with just a few mods, took it racing at Daytona.
According to the auction, Tryg Westby of Tulsa, Okla., was a Honda dealer and club racer back in the 1980s. In 1983, Tryg pulled the bike off the dealership floor to race it in the Open Super Stock division at Daytona. With just a few minor mods, the bike won its inagural race. After a short but successful career in Open Super Stock, Tryg decided to modify the bike further to race in the premier Open Super Bike Class. The bike features an 1125 pist kit, SuperTrapp header, EPM Magnesium wheels and a long, long list of unobtainable parts.
To read the whole story, visit the auction for this 1983 Honda CB1100F here.
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