In 1982 VF models were introduced to the public at the Cologne Motorcycle Show with a V4 engine mounted in a square-tube steel frame.[2] That very year, reliability and quality control problems arose, possibly due to new automated production equipment at Honda's plant in Hamamatsu, Japan.[citation needed] Regardless, Honda sold out its first year's inventory of Sabres and the Magnas were not far behind. 
1977 Honda CL
  • Candy Maroon
  • Candy Imperial Blue




1982 Honda VF750
Honda VF Series  (1982)




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