Honda CL350 – 1971 Restored Motorcycle

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Year: 1971
Manufacturer: Honda
Model: CL350
Colour: Red
Engine Size: 350
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Combo

Restored 1971 Honda CL350 Motorcycle.

This Honda was stripped and restored by its owner to reflect the fact that it’s a 44 year old bike.

Most of the chrome work is original but the smaller parts were re-chromed where necessary.

All of the the seals, brake shoes, cables and the seat cover were shot so they were all replaced.

The engine was stripped, checked and the piston rings were replaced as the bike had been sitting for some time.

The carburettors were rebuilt with all new internals after being ultrasonic cleaned.

All of the gaskets were replaced as a matter of course.

The paint work was professionally refinished with new decals from the USA and lacquered over.

A really nice restored Honda CL350 Motorcycle.

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