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1975 Honda Cl on ns1.2040-motos

US $5,000.00
YearYear:1975 MileageMileage:7

Saint Francis, Minnesota, United States

Saint Francis, Minnesota, United States
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Honda CL tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):360 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty TypeType:scrambler For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Honda CL description

I bought this bike last fall as a project bike. It had been sitting singe the early 90's. Tank had some rust and it showed signs of sitting. I stripped it to nothing and the bike is all new. Tank was cleared of rust and coated with Redkote. Almost every black part on the bike was professionally powder coated and wheels were laced up with new spokes. Tank was professionally painted as well. There is one tiny dent in the top that wasn't noticed until after paint. Exhaust is wrapped for a better look. I stripped a lot of unnecessary parts in the build. Frame was de-tabbed and added a loop on the rear. No signals, tack or speedo. I do have a gps run speedo mounted on the bars that goes with the bike. Front plate is off a crf110 and cut a hole with a small motorcycle headlight mounted. Tail light is a very bright LED strip light. The seat came from dime city cycles. I have a small antigravity battery mounted under the seat along with most of the wiring. I do have a starter button mounted behind the front plate but the small battery won't crank it. Starts right up kicking it.

Bike had 6600 miles when I got it and I've only put a few hundred on it. Cylinders were at 175psi on one side and 172psi on the other. I installed a new petcock and new Mikuni VM30 carbs. New throttle cables and all new gas lines and hoses. Cleaned the motor up as much as possible and powder coated the outer covers. New plugs and exhaust gaskets as well. The forks had some pitting but I filled them and rebuilt them with new seals. The pits are still visible as little black dots but no oil leaks past the seals. 

Every bearing on the bike was replaced. New bushings in the hub for the sprocket mount. New tires, tubes, chain, sprockets, shocks, mufflers, bars, controls, ground wire and I'm sure I'm forgetting some. Carbs are tuned in as close as possible without a dyno run. Lots of hours and money into this bike and hate to sell it but I'm building a shop at the house and need the money. Send a message if you have any questions. 

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