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1964 Honda Cl on ns1.2040-motos

YearYear:1964 MileageMileage:8 ColorColor: Red

Stillwater, Minnesota, United States

Stillwater, Minnesota, United States
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Honda CL photos

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Honda CL tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):250 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty TypeType:Dual-Purpose For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Honda CL description

My 1964 Honda CL72 250 Scrambler has been in my office the last couple years for display. I drove it about 20 miles, drained the fuel tank and carbs before I put it on display. I fogged the engine and turn it over every month. I am down-sizing my home and am selling off my collection of cars and bikes.

This red CL72 has new air filters, rubber intake boots, fuel petcock rebuild, carbs rebuilt and synced, new fork boots, new ignition points and condensor, checked timing, valves lashed with new clutch and exhaust seals.

New tires, tubes, re-zinc plated spokes, new chain and sprockets, wheel bearings front and rear. brake pads front and rear.

It has new handlebar grips, throttle cable, new front and rear brake cables, headlight and wiring harnes.

Red paint is good, gray paint is excellent with clear coat for shine. Runs and shifts good and of course has that great Scrambler sound! As the photos show it is a great looking bike - stock and straight.

To complete the bike it would need a speedometer cable, horn, headlight switch on head light bucket (there is one without the knob but it is stuck), brakelight switch with wiring, and neutral light wire with bulb. They can all be found on ebay parts for CL72/CL77 Scramblers from 1962-1967 at reasonable pricing. 

I have the clear MN title in hand in my name. Great fun for the collector or run around the neighborhood and make conversation. These red 250s with the small brake drums are getting harder and harder to find. They will only contunue to go up in value.

Shipping is the responsibility of the buyer, usually around $400 or less to any of the lower 48 states. I will assist in loading and will store the bike in my office for up to a month once it is paid for. A $500 non-refundable deposit is due within 48 hours of the close of the auction. The balance is due within 7 days of the close of the auction. As with any older used vehicle there is no warranty, sold as is.

This is a no reserve auction, high bidder gets this vintage classic!

Call Arnie at 651-261-5669 with any questions and thanks for looking.  

On Jun-15-16 at 08:26:38 PDT, seller added the following information:

This is a matching numbers CL72, motor and frame which makes it even more desirable. I have had several inquiries on that question. They are always a few digits off which was the norm back in the day.

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