No Reseve: 1973 Honda CL350

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This 1973 Honda CL350 has been refurbished and modified in the style of a period cafe racer by a Georgia shop and was purchased by the seller approximately a year ago. Powered by a 4-stroke 350cc parallel twin with a 5-speed transmission, the bike also features a fiberglass tank and fenders as well as a powder coated frame and customized seat, exhaust, handlebars, lighting, gauges, and controls. Just under 1,200 miles have been added since completion of the build. This CL350 is sold with a clean Missouri title in the seller’s name. The frame was powder coated and fitted with a fiberglass tank and fenders finished in metallic brown
. The tank features a flush-mounted fuel cap and a “73” decal, and the seller mentions that many components have been repainted, powder coated, or polished. A new cafe racer-style seat houses a custom tail light, while the front and rear turn signals were replaced with smaller units. The stock CL350 scrambler-style high pipes have been modified with cocktail shaker mufflers, and the foot controls converted to rearsets. Rebuilt wheels wear Bridgestone Spitfire tires and feature vented brakes front and rear. The seller notes that the fork seals will need to be replaced and while the brake light is functional, the tail light does not work. An aftermarket halogen headlight has been added along with clip-on handlebars, updated controls, and a bar-end mirror. Instrumentation consists of smaller aftermarket gauges with a custom bracket for the warning lights. Just under 1,200 miles have been covered since the conversion, and actual mileage is unknown. The 350cc parallel twin produced 36 horsepower in stock form and features a 5-speed transmission. The stock Keihin carburetors
 have been replaced with larger Mikunis wearing individual air filters, and cloth-covered ignition wires and clear vinyl fuel lines were also added. A new battery and tire tube were recently added, and an inspection was reportedly performed by a local motorcycle shop. Prior service records are unavailable.

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