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    I think it'll keep me happy for awhile. Anybody recognize these?


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    Is it a Honda SL350?



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    I can see from the tank it is an early Honda. Because of the front fender I'm guessing a Honda CL350 Scrambler. It looks like a very clean one, too. Nice score!!! Let's see more.
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    looks very clean!



    i looked at a few of those when i was thinking i wanted a cafe racer. good looking, good running bikes.



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    Quote Originally Posted by joe band View Post
    looks very clean!


    yea that's what i was thinking...looks mint for an older bike (no idea what bike) from what i can see in that photo...don't keep us in suspense man!!!

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    1970 CL175 Honda?
    Only a fool would attempt it, and God help me, I am that fool!

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    1970 CL350. I'll try to get some more photos this evening.

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    Make sure you check the cam chain and tensioners also the charging system. Those are the two weak links on 350/450's.

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    Color me jealous!

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    It looks to be very stock. That's rare as most of them had extended fork tubes and ape hangers installed in a cheap attempt to look like a chopper.

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