No Reserve: 1969 Honda CL90

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This 1969 Honda CL90 Scrambler was sold new by Powell Enterprises in Oakland, California and was later inherited by the nephew of its original owner, who reportedly stored it in a cabin from the 1970s until the seller’s acquisition in 2019. The bike is finished in Candy Blue with a silver fuel tank and powered by an 89cc single mated to a four-speed manual transmission. Recent service included replacement of the battery, spark plug, and headlight as well as a carburetor rebuild and resealing of the fuel tank. This CL90 Scrambler shows 1,400 miles and is offered at no reserve with a California title in the seller’s name.

No Reserve: 1969 Honda CL90

Off-road features unique to Scrambler models include a taller braced handlebar, a high-mount exhaust system, and a raised front fender. The frame, swingarm, headlight trim, and shock covers on this example are finished in Candy Blue, while the fuel tank is silver with black rubber inserts. Equipment includes a two-up seat with a passenger grab strap and pegs mounted to the swingarm.

No Reserve: 1969 Honda CL90

The 1.8-gallon fuel tank has reportedly been cleaned and resealed, and a new headlight has been fitted. Chrome wire-spoke 18″ wheels wear older rubber including a 2.50″ Yokohama tire up front and a 2.75″ Nitto at the rear. The front end features a high-mount Scrambler fender and is said to show corrosion as well as a leaky fork seal. Braking is from drums front and rear.

No Reserve: 1969 Honda CL90

Instrumentation consists of an 80-mph speedometer which is built into the headlight bucket and houses a five-digit odometer showing 1,400 miles. Turn signal and horn switches are located near the left grip along with a rearview mirror, while the headlight is operated via a switch on the right.

No Reserve: 1969 Honda CL90

The four-stroke 89cc SOHC single was factory-rated at eight horsepower and is mated to a four-speed manual transmission. A chrome high-mount exhaust pipe came as standard equipment. The spark plug and battery have been replaced and the carburetor rebuilt under current ownership. A start-up, walk-around, and riding video can be viewed below.

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