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Honda : CL 73 honda cl 350 scrambler mostly original serviced ready to go

$1,995.00

Middleburg, Florida

Year 1973

Make Honda

Model CL

Category Dual Purpose Motorcycles

Engine 350

Posted Over 1 Month

THIS IS A MOSTLY ALL ORIGINAL 1973 HONDA CL350 SCRAMBLER SHOWING ONLY 9600 MILES. BIKE HAS BEEN VERY RECENTLY AQUIRED FROM NEBRASKA SO HAS VERY LITTLE RUST. HAS JUST BEEN FULLY SERVICED BY A CERTIFIED HONDA MECHANIC AND BIKE STARTS RIGHT UP IDLES GREAT AND RUNS AND RIDES GREAT. WILL NEED TIRES AS THESE HAVE LIKE NEW TREAD BUT ARE DRY WEATHERED. ALL LIGHTS ETC. WORK FINE. SOME OF THE ORIGINAL CABLES GREY COVERING IS DRY WEATHERED ALSO BUT ALL CABLES OPERATE SMOOTH. SOMEONE HAS PAINTED SOME OF THE BLUE COLOR AND DIDN'T DO A GREAT JOB BUT A GREAT BIKE FOR A RIDER. HAS DRAG PIPE EXHAUST AND THEY DO HAVE BAFFLES IN THEM AS PICTURED. BIKE SOUNDS GOOD. HAS NO OIL OR FUEL LEAKS. TANK IS PRETTY CLEAN INSIDE. SEAT IS NICE WITH NO RIPS BUT HAS SOME SMALL SPLITTING ON BOTTOM UNDERNEATH CORNER AREA FROM METAL BASE. SPEEDOMETER GLASS HAS A CRACK BUT WORKS FINE. HEADLIGHT SHELL HAS SOME CRACKING AROUND THE HEADLIGHT MOUNTING AREA. THIS IS A GREAT RARE BIKE FOR ANY COLLECTOR OR JUST TO RIDE FOR TRANSPORTATION. PLEASE E-MAIL OR CALL WITH ANY QUESTIONS. BIKE COMES WITH A CLEAR FLORIDA TITLE AND IS SOLD AS IS WITH NO WARRANTY. WILL HELP ANY WAY WE CAN TO GET BIKE SHIPPED. BIKE IS AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION IN THE JACKSONVILLE FL. AREA. PAYMANT DUE IN FULL BY 3 DAYS AFTER AUCTIONS END. PLEASE LOOK AT OUR FEEDBACK AND BID WITH CONFIDENCE. Hosted By MyEasyPics.com Image Hosting and Auction Photo Host

Trim CL350 SCRAMBLER

Honda : CL 1973 honda cl 350 scrambler runs new paint new carbs nice

$2,200.00

Flushing, Michigan

Year 1973

Make Honda

Model CL

Category Dual Purpose Motorcycles

Engine 350

Posted Over 1 Month

For Sale: 1973 HONDA CL350 SCRAMBLER MOTORCYCLERED / WHITE NEW CARBSNEW PETCOCKNEW PAINTNEW BATTERYOTHER VARIOUS NEW PARTS RUNS, BUT NEEDS CARB ADJUSTMENT TO RUN A BIT SMOOTHER GREAT MOTORCYCLE AND RARE FOR THE COLLECTOR AT HEART! CONTACT ME ANYTIME WITH ANY QUESTIONS. THE BIKE IS LOCATED IN FLUSHING, MICHIGAN 48433 THANK YOU. 810.423.1426

Trim CL350 Scrambler

Honda : CL 1969 honda cl 350 scrambler 10 k beautiful original bike excellent condition

$3,500.00

St. Paul, Minnesota

Year 1969

Make Honda

Model CL

Category -

Engine 350

Posted Over 1 Month

This is a beautiful early 1969 Honda CL350 (hence the 68 style paint on tank). All original right down to the tires. Starts, runs and rides like new.The paint, seat, chrome, etc is in beautiful condition.A unique story behind this bike. I bought it from the original owner.It had been stored for about 20 years in his garage.He was in the Peace Corps with a friend in Columbia. When their stint was over they wanted to do something exciting so they rode a bus to Panama and each bought a new CL350. His friend a blue one and he this red one.They then proceeded to ride them 4,000 miles from Panama to Los Angeles. From there they had them shipped to Minnesota.This is why the speedometer is in kilometers. It also still has the 1969 Panama registration on the right headlight ear.It shows 17,560 kilometers which equates to 10,911 miles. New parts installed are.Plugspointscondenseroilbatteryboth tire tubesrebuilt petcock,carburetorsfuel linesetc.Clear Mn. title in my name. Just rode it again yesterday. It starts right up and idles great.Runs and shifts smoothly. No leaks. No smoke. Engine runs quiet.Being a 45 year old bike it is not 100% perfect but is is very close.You will not be disappointed.The few minor flaws are the left headlight ear has some small dings, the headlight trim ring has a scuff on it and the tach is "jumpy" but getting better the more it's ridden.The small ding in the pics of the right side of the tank has since been removed by paintless dent repair and is now perfectly straight like the rest of the tank.With that said everything else on the bike is very straight (gas tank, bars, headlight, exhaust, side covers, etc, etc).And yes, the paint is original.Comes with the original owners manual and tool kit.I also have 4 black and white pictures of the bike taken in 1973 that I got from the original owner.Clear Mn. title in my name. I will assist in preparing the bike for shipping but all costs and scheduling is up to the buyer.

Trim Scrambler

2016 Yamaha YZF-R1S

$400.00

Bloomfield, Iowa

Year 1973

Make Honda

Model Scrambler

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

1973 honda scrambler 350 twin,was stuck,top end off and ready for rebuild. Selling as is,missing side panels,everything else is there,not running,no title,as is for parts or repair.

Honda : CL 1973 honda cl 350 scrambler

$995.00

Onsted, Michigan

Year 1973

Make Honda

Model CL

Category -

Engine 350

Posted Over 1 Month

1973 Honda CL350 Scrambler. Vintage original. All original. Been stored indoors in a heated garage. Engine turns over and electronics all work but I have not started it up. Any one with knowledge of these old Honda's won't have any problem getting her running again. Will need the usual things done that an old bike in storage needs. The bike has only had 2 owners!! CLEAR TITLE. PAYMENT: PAY PAL ONLY. PLEASE HAVE AN ACTIVE PAY PAL ACCOUNT BEFORE YOU BUY. $500 non-refundable earnest deposit due upon auction end and balance due upon receipt of my Invoice on Pay Pal. PLEASE ASK ALL OF YOUR QUESTIONS PRIOR TO BIDDING. PLEASE EXAMINE ALL PICTURES CLOSELY AND DETERMINE FOR YOURSELF IF YOU ARE SATISFIED WITH WHAT THE BIKE LOOKS LIKE. THE PICS WERE TAKEN TODAY, ON NOV 25, 2014. ALSO, PLEASE REQUEST ANY ADDITIONAL PICS IF YOU NEED TO SEE ANY CERTAIN PART CLOSER. THANK YOU. SHIPPING: YOU, THE BUYER, MUST MAKE YOUR OWN SHIPPING ARRANGEMENTS AND PAY FOR YOUR SHIPPING OR PICK UP THE BIKE YOURSELF. I WILL BE HAPPY TO KEEP THE BIKE STORED FOR YOU FOR UP TO 60 DAYS IF NEEDED.

Honda : CL Restored 1973 Honda CL 350 Scrambler

$2,499.00

Holland, Ohio

Year 1973

Make Honda

Model CL

Category -

Engine 350

Posted Over 1 Month

Have a beautiful restored Honda CL350. Runs and drives good. Has new tires on front and rear. Seat has been recovered. New tach, clutch, brake, throttle and speedometer cables. Carbs have been rebuilt. The rear brake pads were replaced with new. Bike runs and starts great. The bike has a beautiful scrambler pipe. No rust at all on this pipe. Usually the pipes have holes or are rusted. The bike is a nice example of a CL350 scrambler. The previous owner had a motorcycle shop put over $2000.00 in restoration. I have the receipts of the work he had done Feel free to ask any questions

1973 Honda Cb 350

$2,700.00

Grand Rapids, Michigan

Year 1973

Make Honda

Model Cb 350

Category Classic Motorcycles

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

1973 Honda Cb 350, 1973 Honda cl350 low miles, engine just rebuilt. Clean and powder coated. Scrambler, cafe racer. Cafe style handle bars, upgraded: intakes, battery, all balls stearing. Besides that all original parts just cleaned and rebuilt. Gorgeous bike, 2700 obo. Text @6@1@6@915-7438 $2,700.00

1973 Honda CL350

$2,795.00

Darien, Wisconsin

Year -

Make -

Model -

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

1973 Honda CL350, HAPPY DAYS - HONDA 350 SCRAMBLER, taken on trade.

Honda : CL 1973 Honda CL350 Scrambler

$1,500.00

Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin

Year -

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Model -

Category -

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Posted Over 1 Month

You are looking at a 1973 CL350 Honda Scrambler that has been mine for the last 3 years. I bought it as a project bike and helped bring it back to life. I had the tank and side covers re-painted to the original paint scheme because the tank was spray painted in spots when I got it. I also put NOS bars on it with NOS Honda grips that were less pointy. I then cleaned and bench synced the carbs, installed new points and set the timing and also set the valves and installed a new battery. As far as I know the rest of the bike is original except maybe the tires. The exhaust is in beautiful condition with no rust. There is some discoloration on the head pipes where they bend around close to the head. The brakes work good as do all the electronics. Overall it runs and rides well and looks very nice also. However this bike in not absolutely perfect. It does have a bend in the left fork ear from previously going down on that side. That is why I replaced the handle bars. Also rear tire is getting a little low on tread. Then the big reason the bike is priced lower than others in this condition is the engine has a tick noise. I had it looked at a did some research as well and came up with the most likely possibility that the cam chain tentioner and the cam chain is making the noise. I pondered on doing it for the last couple years but it is above my skill level and since I am trimming my herd a little anyway I figured I would see if someone out there would be interested in finishing the bike. In the end the bike is a very nice rider that I would not be afraid to bring to local shows. It runs and drives fine but does have that engine noise. Regardless I really have to be firm at my price. After paying eBay and Paypal fees I'm getting less than the 1500.00 cash I want to have. Please Please contact me with any questions. Message me and I will send you my phone number. Thanks alot for looking and have a great day.

2009 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide ULTRA CLASSIC

$5,800.00

Tucson, Arizona

Year 1973

Make Honda

Model Cl

Category -

Engine 350 cc

Posted Over 1 Month

1973 Honda CL350 Scrambler. Fully rebuilt Cafe Racer. This is a completely custom motorcycle. Hand fabricated parts throughout. Motor was rebuilt and bored over. It has electronic Pamco ignition, updated electrical system with Ricks Motorsports Stator. Custom USD front forks with disc brake. Every part of this bike is either new or completely refurbished. Build list: original 73 Honda Cl350 engine 1mm over bore, Mikuni VM30 Carburetors, Ricks Motorsports Stator, Pamco electronic ignition, Hand Made 2-1 Single Chamber Exhaust with Carbon Fiber Heat Shield, 89 Honda CR500 Front Suspension (modified), YSS Suspension Rear Shocks, Woodcraft Clip-ons and Modified Woodcraft Rear Sets from a Ducati 999, 73 Honda CB350 Fuel Tank, Antigravity Lithium Batter, Hand Made Cafe Seat and Tail, Stainless Steel Hardware throughout, Avon Roadrider Tires Front: 90/90-18 Rear: 120/80-18 - For more info on the build check out CafeRacertTV dot Com and look at Bike of the week on Nov 20th 2015 for a build article ( :// /bike-of-the-week/4656/ ). Any questions, please don't hesitate to ask. Please only serious buyers only, pink in hand, currently registered and price is $5,800.00 or make me an offer I can't refuse. NOTE: if texting please text the word "SCRAMBLER" as your first word to help weed out the scam texts.

Honda : CL 1973 HONDA CL350 SCRAMBLER 6900 MILES-COOL VINATGE PAINT

$2,500.00

Los Angeles, California

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Make -

Model -

Category -

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Posted Over 1 Month

Very cool 1973 CL350 Scrambler for sale. Very goos condition, low miles, not running because keys are missing...great bike!

Honda : CL 1972 Honda CL350 K4 Scrambler RARE ORIGINAL SURVIVOR

$5,900.00

East Syracuse, New York

Year -

Make -

Model -

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

RARE ORIGINAL SURVIVOR 1972 Honda CL350 K4 ScramblerCandy Panther Gold THIS IS THE BIKE YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR. ALL OF THE WORK HAS BEEN DONE ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS BUY IT AND RIDE IT!! THE BIKE ITSELF IS 95% ORIGINAL (TIRES, GAS LINES, THROTTLE CABLE, PETCOCK, SPARKS, ALL NEW)CARBS HAVE BEEN REBUILT RECENTLYTANK IS COATED AND CLEANPOINTS ADJUSTEDFULL TUNE UP FROM A PRO SHOPDESIRABLE AND UNIQUE COLOR DON'T WASTE TIME WORKING ON A BIKE TO MAKE IT LIKE NEW. BUY A BIKE YOU CAN RIDE TODAY. This is TRULY a solid and one of a kind find. WATCH THIS BIKE RUN SAMPLE RIDE THIS BIKE WILL TURN HEADS, and if you plan on taking it out, plan time to stop and talk with people about it. I've loved owning this bike, but I've also loved the connections I've made with people through owning it. Whether it's the big Harley guys down at Dinosaur Barbecue (Harley Central) excited to see their first bike resurrected, or the young kids who love the vintage look and the unique styling of the high swinging Scrambler pipes, I am stopped and complimented absolutely everywhere I go on the bike. It's been very exciting and gratifying to share the story of this bike and hear the stories others have to share about their love for it. I recently had the bike professionally detailed, and when I went back to pick it up, the owner of the shop told me people were asking about the bike left and right. He even kept it for an extra day because HE couldn't believe it's condition. I've seen similar bikes on ebay and youtube and I can honestly say, I believe this bike to be superior in every way. - Chrome is original and in beautiful condition- Rubber fork boots are soft and shine beautifully- Aluminum elements are polished to a beautiful finish and really set the bike off and make it sparkle- Seat is in perfect condition, no cracks or tears and is still supple - Gauges are vibrant, as the bike has never sat in the sun.- Gauges have NO condensation or cracking (common on these bikes)- Plastic covers and rubber ends are still on the brake and clutch levers.- Original grips.- Bike starts immediately and needs VERY LITTLE warm up time. It's actually better to get it up and running right away.- Bike idles perfectly. - Revs and comes back to idle with no dipping or stalling. This bike still has all the original safety stickers on it! These bikes are gas efficient and highly desirable. In an age of $4.00/gallon gas, it's great to only burn two gallons a week, if that. That said, they can keep up with 650's. These bikes were made to be light and quick. Plenty of pick up! History of the bike: I have owned this bike for four years. I purchased it in 2010 in Fairport, New York from an individual who owned a small motorcycle shop. He and his employee had worked on the bike a bit and run through the basics to make sure it was mechanically sound. The bike had been part of an estate sale and had been perfectly stored and preserved in well-to-do Pittsford, NY. Whoever owned this bike obviously loved it enough to store it in a climate controlled environment and make sure it was preserved. When I purchased the bike, it had not been registered in almost 30 years! I went through the process of registering the bike with the DMV, which took almost a year!! As it is a 1972, and titles were not issued in NYS until 1973, the bike had only it's VIN as a record and a transferable registration from 1972. I now have the "new" registration and have kept the bike up to date, registered and insured for the last 4 years. From day one, the bike started on the first few kicks or with a press of the electric starter. But while I was waiting on the DMV I performed the following: - Full Carburetor rebuild- Full Carburetor tuning (a difficult task that takes great patience and a lot of trial and error)- Replaced the throttle cable (very important on a 40 year old bike. The last thing you want is a throttle cable to stick) Two summers ago I decided to perform some other upgrades. I had a professional mechanic who specializes in these bikes perform all of the work: - New tires, haven't even been scuffed in yet. They still have the sprue nubs! - New Petcock (they wear out and it was recommended by my mechanic when he replaced the tires)- Point adjustment (another recommendation by my mechanic). This has improved the performance of the bike and truly made it feel like a brand new bike.- Full run through all mechanical and electrical elements to make sure the bike was in tip top shape.- New battery Now, all of that being said, this is a 42 year old motorcycle. DO NOT expect the amenities of a modern bike nor the condition of a brand new bike. This bike is in amazing condition for it's age, but it is NOT A NEW BIKE NOR A SHOW BIKE. In the interest of full disclosure, I have been honest in the photographs of the bike, including it's imperfections. I will also do my best to list them here, and they are included in the photos of the bike. I considered fixing some of them, but to me, it added character to the bike and I wanted to maintain as much of the original bike as possible. - Small crack in the rear light cover (cosmetic only, it has not affected function or integrity). - A few tiny chips in the tank paint (road scars)- Small amount of scratches on the exhaust cover (top cover, over the cans) which could be replaced but is barely noticeable (I could hardly get a photo of it). This doesn't look like the result of a drop, but rather someone using something too abrasive to clean the chrome in the affected area.- Small crack and chip (repaired but visible in the right side air filter cover. These are barely visible, but again, I'm looking to be as honest as possible.- Tiny scratch on the left gauge. - A bit of wear on the paint, underside of the frame (left side), typical wear and tear. Reason for Selling the bike: Clearly, I love this bike. I must say, I will do everything in my power to ensure that it is in the condition described when it arrives to it's new home. But it is sold AS IS, with no warranty. So please read the description, look at the photos and watch the videos on youtube to gain an understanding of what you're bidding on. It is an absolutely great bike and I have spent hundreds of hours and a lot of money making it so. Honestly, I'm selling this bike because even though I love it so much, I just don't have the time to ride it and keep it running as well as it does now. At one point I considered making it a permanent installation in my eclectic living room, but I can't imagine making it sit and not letting someone enjoy it the way it should be. These bikes need love. That being said, I'm not desperate for the money, so please don't waste my time or your own. Only make an offer if you are serious and capable of paying for the bike. I will not entertain low ball offers, someone will want and appreciate this bike as much as I, and I'm willing to wait for that to happen.

Honda : CL 1972 Honda CL350 K4 Scrambler RARE ORIGINAL SURVIVOR

$5,900.00

East Syracuse, New York

Year -

Make -

Model -

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

RARE ORIGINAL SURVIVOR 1972 Honda CL350 K4 ScramblerCandy Panther Gold THIS IS THE BIKE YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR. ALL OF THE WORK HAS BEEN DONE ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS BUY IT AND RIDE IT!! THE BIKE ITSELF IS 95% ORIGINAL (TIRES, GAS LINES, THROTTLE CABLE, PETCOCK, SPARKS, ALL NEW)CARBS HAVE BEEN REBUILT RECENTLYTANK IS COATED AND CLEANPOINTS ADJUSTEDFULL TUNE UP FROM A PRO SHOPDESIRABLE AND UNIQUE COLOR DON'T WASTE TIME WORKING ON A BIKE TO MAKE IT LIKE NEW. BUY A BIKE YOU CAN RIDE TODAY. This is TRULY a solid and one of a kind find. WATCH THIS BIKE RUN SAMPLE RIDE THIS BIKE WILL TURN HEADS, and if you plan on taking it out, plan time to stop and talk with people about it. I've loved owning this bike, but I've also loved the connections I've made with people through owning it. Whether it's the big Harley guys down at Dinosaur Barbecue (Harley Central) excited to see their first bike resurrected, or the young kids who love the vintage look and the unique styling of the high swinging Scrambler pipes, I am stopped and complimented absolutely everywhere I go on the bike. It's been very exciting and gratifying to share the story of this bike and hear the stories others have to share about their love for it. I recently had the bike professionally detailed, and when I went back to pick it up, the owner of the shop told me people were asking about the bike left and right. He even kept it for an extra day because HE couldn't believe it's condition. I've seen similar bikes on ebay and youtube and I can honestly say, I believe this bike to be superior in every way. - Chrome is original and in beautiful condition- Rubber fork boots are soft and shine beautifully- Aluminum elements are polished to a beautiful finish and really set the bike off and make it sparkle- Seat is in perfect condition, no cracks or tears and is still supple - Gauges are vibrant, as the bike has never sat in the sun.- Gauges have NO condensation or cracking (common on these bikes)- Plastic covers and rubber ends are still on the brake and clutch levers.- Original grips.- Bike starts immediately and needs VERY LITTLE warm up time. It's actually better to get it up and running right away.- Bike idles perfectly. - Revs and comes back to idle with no dipping or stalling. This bike still has all the original safety stickers on it! These bikes are gas efficient and highly desirable. In an age of $4.00/gallon gas, it's great to only burn two gallons a week, if that. That said, they can keep up with 650's. These bikes were made to be light and quick. Plenty of pick up! History of the bike: I have owned this bike for four years. I purchased it in 2010 in Fairport, New York from an individual who owned a small motorcycle shop. He and his employee had worked on the bike a bit and run through the basics to make sure it was mechanically sound. The bike had been part of an estate sale and had been perfectly stored and preserved in well-to-do Pittsford, NY. Whoever owned this bike obviously loved it enough to store it in a climate controlled environment and make sure it was preserved. When I purchased the bike, it had not been registered in almost 30 years! I went through the process of registering the bike with the DMV, which took almost a year!! As it is a 1972, and titles were not issued in NYS until 1973, the bike had only it's VIN as a record and a transferable registration from 1972. I now have the "new" registration and have kept the bike up to date, registered and insured for the last 4 years. From day one, the bike started on the first few kicks or with a press of the electric starter. But while I was waiting on the DMV I performed the following: - Full Carburetor rebuild- Full Carburetor tuning (a difficult task that takes great patience and a lot of trial and error)- Replaced the throttle cable (very important on a 40 year old bike. The last thing you want is a throttle cable to stick) Two summers ago I decided to perform some other upgrades. I had a professional mechanic who specializes in these bikes perform all of the work: - New tires, haven't even been scuffed in yet. They still have the sprue nubs! - New Petcock (they wear out and it was recommended by my mechanic when he replaced the tires)- Point adjustment (another recommendation by my mechanic). This has improved the performance of the bike and truly made it feel like a brand new bike.- Full run through all mechanical and electrical elements to make sure the bike was in tip top shape.- New battery Now, all of that being said, this is a 42 year old motorcycle. DO NOT expect the amenities of a modern bike nor the condition of a brand new bike. This bike is in amazing condition for it's age, but it is NOT A NEW BIKE NOR A SHOW BIKE. In the interest of full disclosure, I have been honest in the photographs of the bike, including it's imperfections. I will also do my best to list them here, and they are included in the photos of the bike. I considered fixing some of them, but to me, it added character to the bike and I wanted to maintain as much of the original bike as possible. - Small crack in the rear light cover (cosmetic only, it has not affected function or integrity). - A few tiny chips in the tank paint (road scars)- Small amount of scratches on the exhaust cover (top cover, over the cans) which could be replaced but is barely noticeable (I could hardly get a photo of it). This doesn't look like the result of a drop, but rather someone using something too abrasive to clean the chrome in the affected area.- Small crack and chip (repaired but visible in the right side air filter cover. These are barely visible, but again, I'm looking to be as honest as possible.- Tiny scratch on the left gauge. - A bit of wear on the paint, underside of the frame (left side), typical wear and tear. Reason for Selling the bike: Clearly, I love this bike. I must say, I will do everything in my power to ensure that it is in the condition described when it arrives to it's new home. But it is sold AS IS, with no warranty. So please read the description, look at the photos and watch the videos on youtube to gain an understanding of what you're bidding on. It is an absolutely great bike and I have spent hundreds of hours and a lot of money making it so. Honestly, I'm selling this bike because even though I love it so much, I just don't have the time to ride it and keep it running as well as it does now. At one point I considered making it a permanent installation in my eclectic living room, but I can't imagine making it sit and not letting someone enjoy it the way it should be. These bikes need love. That being said, I'm not desperate for the money, so please don't waste my time or your own. Only make an offer if you are serious and capable of paying for the bike. I will not entertain low ball offers, someone will want and appreciate this bike as much as I, and I'm willing to wait for that to happen.

Yamaha : XS 73 yamaha xs 650 cafe racer tons of new parts and upgrades very nice tx 650

$3,600.00

Chicago, Illinois

Year 1973

Make Yamaha

Model XS

Category Caf Racer

Engine 650

Posted Over 1 Month

I have a very nice example of a 1973 TX650 (XS650) cafe racer for sale with 14,750 original miles. I put a lot of work and money into this bike over the summer, and she is running like a champ. Tons of torque and I've been told multiple times by friends that this was the fastest XS they've ridden. All mechanical work was professionally done by Rob Ghislain of Dinosaur Four, a specialist in vintage Japanese motorcycles. Idols strong, shifts smooth, a true blast to ride. This bike get tons of attention and complements everywhere I go. But unfortunately I must sell due to financial reasons.The following work has all been done in the past few months:- new custom subframe / rear loop / tail light bracket- electrical completely redone throughout- full carb rebuild, resynced and rejetted- full tune up - valves, chains, cables, points, timing, compression, fuel lines/filters, oil, etc.- front brake system overhauled and rebuilt- brand new Shorai lithium battery- custom fabricated battery tray- brand new LED taillight- rebuilt starter switch- brand new performance pod filters- custom neutral light- brand new stainless engine bolt kit- brand new oil seals- brand new tach block offOther upgrades include:- Pamco ignition- updated charging system / regulator rectifier from Mike's XS- Woodcraft clip-on bars with Brooks leather grips- RFY shocks- cafe seat from Dime City- custom mufflers with built in baffles- 5 3/4" halo headlight- bar end mirror- tires have good tread and plenty of life, Pirelli in front, Dunlop in rearI have a clean Illinois title in hand and have receipts for all labor costs. Asking price is $3,800 OR BEST OFFER, which is much less than what I've put into it. Local pickup in Chicago, IL only. Test rides only for those with CASH in hand and a Class M license. You drop it, you buy it. More photos coming soon. keywords: yamaha, honda, kawasaki, suzuki, bmw, triumph, norton, royal enfield, moto guzzi, harley davidson, cafe, racer, bobber, brat, bratstyle, scrambler, enduro, street, tracker, xs, xs1, tx, sr, cb, cm, cx, kz, gs, xs650, tx650, sr500, xs750, cb350, cb360, cb400, cb450, cb500, cb550, cb750, cb750f, cb900, supersport, super sport, cx500, kz650, kz750, kz900, gs400, gs550, gs750, r65, r75, r80, r90, commando, t3, vintage, twin, four, v, boxer, british, bonneville, thruxton, sportster, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 81, 82, 83

Trim TX650

1973 Honda CL 160

$2,300.00

Flowery Branch, Georgia

Year 1973

Make Honda

Model CL 160

Category -

Engine -

Posted 3 Weeks Ago

A CL350 Scrambler in good condition. Has 11800 miles and has been garage kept.