Honda CM 400 C

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The Honda CM400 was a street bike produced by the Honda Motor Company from 1979 to 1982, part of a series of motorcycles with the prefix 'CM' using various engine capacities. It was a precursor to the Honda Rebel series of motorcycles. The bike had a 395 cc (24.1 cu in) air cooled parallel twin cylinder engine. It was equipped with electric start and electronic ignition. Models included the CM400A (Automatic), CM400C (Custom), CM400E (Economy) and CM400T (Tach). The CM400C was produced only in 1981 making it one of the more rare model types.


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