Honda CB160 – 1965 Restored Motorcycle
Manufacturer : Honda
Year : 1965
Honda CB160 – 1965
Engine Size: 160
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Combo
Fully restored 1965 Honda CB160 motorcycle.
This was a full nut and bolt restoration and took many years to complete, 98% of the parts used were new old stock genuine Honda parts.
The frame, swing arm, forks, headlight bucket, and chain guard were stripped and professionally painted and matched to an unopened can off genuine Honda red paint from 1965.
The grey/silver paint on the side covers and front fender was matched to a new old stock rear fender.
Every piece of aluminium was polished to a mirror finish.
The engine was completely rebuilt using all Honda parts.
All of these parts are new old stock.
New complete seat.
Rear shocks, forks/springs.
Complete exhaust system.
All cables and rubber pieces.
Chain, sprockets, battery box.
Headlight and wiring.
New Honda clutch, valves, guides and springs.
Stock Honda paint from 1965 to match all body work
A lot of time, cash, and effort went into this meticulous motorcycle restoration and it really shows.
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