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1962 Honda Dream Motorcycles for sale
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This motorcycle is a CA77 totally rebuilt. Engine and clutch have been rebuilt. Grips, mirrors, seat, cables, wiring harness's, brakes, tires, etc. have been replaced. I have put 242 miles on the bike. Runs like a top. I have not seen a cleaner one around anywhere in the past 2 years. Call for more info.
Pompano Beach, Florida
Cb92 has clear title waiting for a nice restoration , tank has been blasted and primed had no rust thru or heavy pitting a few small ding ready for final scuffing and paint , side covers are correct and not dented ,mufflers are definatly rechromable one small cut on bottom of one and someone drilled 2 tiny holes for i dont know what but just weld up and rechrome a few dings in them but no rust thru , definatly saveable so you want need to but pipes as most need . the brke arm for rear wheel is missing but easy to find and not expensive , tank rubber is all there but very cracked could do a patch job but most people would put a new one i will be listing NOS ones at some point if you want one . this thing was left sitting for years due to electrical issues the harness is part missing and hacked also coil is missing HOWEVER Im including a NOS coil . harness is easy to get and i may be listing a new one at some point as well . original key is there , NOS windshield . with orig hardware . new mudflap tailight bracket is off but included has a weld on bracket but wont be noticed once ground smooth .small fitting that hold clutch cable wher it goes in to case iis missing but again cheap and easy to obtain .there is no chain on it . engine kicks with good compression goes thru gears . few missing screws and bolts here and there but im sure your going to replace and replate any way . il also include new gasket set for engine and all new correct JIS engine case screws for the whole engine . real nice easy restoration . starter is there but off bike and no starter chain someone was racing this thing at some point and took it off also back rim is aluminum front orig ,race seat , bobbed front fender . please dont make rediculous offers or try and tell me what its worth ive had many of these rare bikes and no the market as well as what parts are worth . serious bidders fire away the questions
Honda is one of the world’s best at sub-100cc bikes, from commuter bikes for the people to full on works racers. In 2004, Honda released just 440 copies of one of the best 49cc bikes ever made – the Honda CB50R, otherwise known as the Dream. Built as a replica of the 1962 RC110, I think this is one of the most beautiful bikes that’s ever been built. When new, the Honda CB50R cost a hefty $5,499, and had an engine that revved to nearly 14,000rpm, where it produces about 7 horsepower. Weighing just 156 pounds, the bike came with a 6-speed gearbox and all kinds of HRC goodies, including race-spec cams, valve springs and pistons, and a lightweight generator. You don’t get a battery, and there’s no kickstart – the only way to get this beauty fired up is with a bump start. If you want, HRC will also sell you all kinds of hop-up parts straight from their Japanese catalog. This particular bike has been on display in my apartment since purchased. I only started the bike once just to hear it. I consider it a work of art and have treated it as such. Call with any questions 920-946-5757
Trim Dream 50R CB50R