1987 Honda Goldwing
Gold Wing engine design goals were smoothness, quietness and
enormous power. Ultimately, a redesigned Gold Wing made its debut
at the 1987 Cologne Motorcycle Show, 13 years after the original
GL1000 was first shown to the public at the same venue, and the
GL1500 brought the most changes seen to the Gold Wing series since
its inception. The biggest difference was that the flat-four engine
was replaced with a flat-six engine. Although the GL1500 still used
carburetors, there were just two large 36 mm CV Keihins supplying
all six cylinders, the first time any Gold Wing had less than one
carb per cylinder.
This Gold wing hold an 1100 motor 5 speed trans. Very clean bike..
Owned by a Marine only use in parades.