Here is your next bike. SEE BOTTOM for a link to the video.
Every now and then I get a special bike, and I keep it close. This is a very unique and highly custom Goldwing. It’s a 1992 Goldwing 1500 Interstate. This bike was purchased new in 1991 and has had a single family owner since it was new. It is an incredible bike, absolutely smooth as silk going down the highway and a stunning looker to boot.
Unlike most of the other Goldwings out there, everything works perfectly. There are no excuses. No missing buttons. Nothing broken. Garage kept and properly maintained, you will be very hard pressed to find another one like this bike.
Here are the specifics:
1992 GL1500 Interstate Goldwing
Clean and clear Texas title
All original equipment that came with the bike
Factory Service Manuals and Illustrated maintenance manual
All original tools
All original intercom equipment
TONS AND TONS of chrome bits
Upgraded adjustable back rest (perfect for those long trips)
Heated Grips (not yet installed)
Chrome luggage trims
Factory hitch and lighting connector
Upgraded automatic height adjuster and compressor (not installed)
Chrome Engine Guards
Chrome rear crash bars
Chrome rear luggage rack
Upgraded speakers (not yet installed, see below)
Lower Crash bars, OEM
Chrome lower insert
I can’t even list everything, it has been very well upgraded
There are three flaws with the bike. There is a lower scuff on the front right fairing, down where you can’t see it. There is a 2” hole in the front seat. Easy to fix, if you’d like. And it has a very small electrical vampire that I have more or less isolated to the stereo amplifier. I can’t find it with a voltage tester, but I know if I take the stereo fuse out the problem goes away. It could be a shorted speaker wire or the amplifier itself, I’m not sure. So I just keep it on trickle charger and it never gives me any problems at all. The speakers are getting long in the tooth, but again that takes just a few minutes to fix and I’ll be happy to swap them out for you.
Also, I purchased some heated grips that go with the bike. The foam grips have seen better days, so I figured easy upgrade for those cold Texas summers. Kidding.
All of the maintenance is taken care of. I went ahead and did the 80K service just a little early. It is not due for another big service for 30K miles. Excellent condition tires, and a brand new battery.
You cannot go wrong with this bike. It is a beautiful 1-owner machine that just pulls all day long. Just throw your little lady (or man) on the back and head to Colorado.
Turn up the stereo and get on the highway!
Price is negotiable, but I know how much garbage is out there for $5000 so don’t expect to steal this one. I’m in absolutely no hurry, as the bike works perfectly. I’ll work with the right buyer, of course.
See below for a link to the video.