Honda CB160 – 1968 Restored Motorcycle
Manufacturer : Honda
Year : 1968
Honda CB160 – 1968
Drive type: Chain
Start Type: Combo
This Honda 1968 CB 160 was purchased in 2011 and restored in the winter of 2012.
The bike was completely disassembled and every part and bolt was either cleaned, polished, powdercoated, or painted.
The frame, gas tank, headlight bucket and any other Honda Red part was powdercoated.
The side covers and fenders were repainted.
The Engine was cleaned and repainted.
New clutch,clutch springs, oil seals, gaskets, stainless bolt kit and polished covers.
All new NOS cables..
New NOS seat and tailight.
New fork seals, oil.
New Shorai Lithium Ion Battery.
Rims were powdercoated silver, new spokes, and AVON Roadrider 3.1 tires front and rear.
New NOS foot, shift, and kickstart rubber.
Exhaust headers were ceramic coated and aftermarket exhaust pipes. (The original exhaust pipes could not be saved).
Carbs rebuilt with new intake gaskets.
Has aftermarket handlebars.
One of the nicest Honda CB160’s we’ve seen. Some great pictures below including a couple taken during the restoration.
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