Honda CT70 – 1970 Restored Motorcycle

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Honda CT70 – 1970

Year: 1970
Make: Honda
Colour: Orange
Model: CT
Engine Size: 70
Start Type: Kick start
Drive Type: Chain

A restored 1970 Honda CT70H in beautiful candy orange.

The powder coat candy orange is in excellent condition.

All the chrome was either replaced or re-chromed.

The engine was stripped and fully rebuilt with many new parts.

The brake hubs were polished.

The shocks have been re chromed.

The valve covers were polished.

The intake tube was polished.

New brakes front and rear.

New Tyres.

New Handlebars.

New rear light.

New decals.

New footrests.

All of the electrics were checked and overhauled.

New front mudguard.

An excellent example of this much loved little Honda.

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