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1971 Honda Cb350 Good Condition With Clear Title on ns1.2040-motos

US $1,800.00
YearYear:1971 MileageMileage:10300 ColorColor: Red
Location:

Hastings, Minnesota, US

Hastings, Minnesota, US
1971 Honda CB350 Good Condition with clear title, US $1,800.00, image 1

Honda CB photos

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Honda CB tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):350 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller VINVIN:cb350

Honda CB description

You are viewing a 1971 Honda CB350. I fell in love with the styling and bought this bike a few years ago and have too many toys to give this one the attention it deserves. I have had tons of fun on every ride with it. It's one of those bikes that just starts and runs. I have ridden it vary little and almost only the city. I have never taken a wrench to it except to adjust the chain and change the oil. I really don't know what it gets for miles to the gallon but it feels like a rare day when I have to stop at the pump. It runs, drives and looks great. The tires are 90%. The chain, and sprockets look great. It it's scratches, nicks and dings but I personally think it looks better with its work clothes on and wouldn't change a thing about it if I were to keep it. The only problem I have noticed with it is recently when I leave the petcock on when the engine is off it starts a very slow drip of gas out the left side carburetor. This doesn't happen when riding but if left sitting for a few minutes it will start to drip a bit. It doesn't always do this but it does it often enough to mention. I have been told it is the needle and seat and that it needs to be ridden more and it will go away. THAT SAID, I AM NOT A MOTORCYCLE MECHANIC AND IT'S BEING SOLD AS IS WITH A TAIL LIGHT WARRANTY.  I don't want to sound like a jerk or scare people away, I just know it's a 42 year old machine so saying it will run to 100,000 miles would only be a guess.  I can say it runs great right now, doesn't smoke, miss or sound funny.  It's never left me stranded and I have had nothing but great luck with it.  After that, it's out of my area of knowledge.  As far as originality or aftermarket parts, I really don't know.  I bought this bike the way it sits and have done nothing to it.  Thanks so much for viewing this listing.  If you have any input on how to list or things to add to this listing, feel free to send me a message.  I don't list often so any constructive criticism would be great.  Thanks again.

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