1966 Honda Cl on ns1.2040-motos
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1966 Honda CL77 305 Street Scrambler is all stock and restored in beautiful condition. I am selling my collection of vintage cycles due to health reasons and this is my favorite of all my bikes. It is sure to draw attention wherever you go. As the photos show it is in impeccable condition, ready to ride or show.
The engine, transmission and clutch have been rebuilt, new hardware where needed, new spokes, bearings, chain, sprockets, brakes, cables, battery, rectifier, chroming where needed and all lights and horn work as they should. This is a straight and exceptional CL77 305, of collector quality and needs nothing.
It has the removable canister muffler on the end of the exhaust pipes, removal is one bolt and you have straight through sound unique to these scramblers.
Drive it or show it, this vintage scrambler runs and drives like new and will only appreciate in value. CL77s in this condition are rare, I have a reasonable reserve on it, happy bidding and thanks for looking.
Call Arnie with any questions at 651-261-5669. Clear title in hand.
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