Honda ST70 Monkey Bike – 1974 Restored Motorcycle
Manufacturer : Honda
Year : 1972
Honda ST70 Monkey Bike – 1974
Model: Honda ST70
Metallic Paint: Yes
Reg. Date: 21/03/1974
Engine Size: 72 cc
Genuine Restored Honda ST70 Dax Monkey Bike 70cc, collectable and restored to original specification.
The restoration was carried out to make a completely original looking bike
Complete strip down
Professional paint job in metallic blue which is a near perfect match to the original Honda candy blue that was popular on these bikes
Wheels and guards professionally painted metallic silver
All chrome replaced with new parts or re-chromed (new genuine Honda exhaust/guard – new/old stock)
All alloy polished and lacquered
Engine covers painted/lacquered
All new stainless steel allen screws/bolts/nuts
All genuine Honda parts used where possible
New Tyres/seat cover
2 sets of keys to ignition and helmet lock
A great restoration including a photo taken before the work commenced.
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