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This 1974 Honda CL360 Scrambler was recently acquired by the selling dealer as an unfinished project and subsequently refurbished with a repaint, a new seat cover, carburetor rebuilds, and mechanical adjustments as well as installation of a new battery and spark plugs. Power is from a 356cc overhead-cam parallel twin paired with a six-speed transmission, and approximately 50 miles have been ridden since completion of the work. This CL360 is offered at no reserve with a manual, a tool kit, and a clean Tennessee title.
The seller purchased the bike as a stalled project, and subsequently had the fuel tank and side covers repainted in red single-stage enamel. A photo taken during the process is shown in the gallery below along with close-ups of the resulting finish. The chrome wire wheels wear knobby tires, and show corrosion on a number of their spokes. Progressive rear shocks have been added.
The seat was recovered in brown vinyl, the handlebars replaced with lower Euro-style versions, Coke-bottle grips were installed, and the control cables were lubricated. Instrumentation consists of of a 110-mph speedometer, a tachometer with a 9,200-rpm redline, and a 5-digit odometer showing 11k miles.
The 356cc OHC parallel twin is paired with a six-speed transmission and features rebuilt carburetors as well as a replacement battery, spark plugs, and fuel lines. The cam chain, ignition points, and valve clearances were adjusted, and an oil change was performed. The exhaust system shows areas where holes have been welded closed.
A walk-around video with the engine running can be seen above. A factory tool kit and owner’s manual are included in the sale.