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1967 Honda Cb on 2040-motos

YearYear:1967 MileageMileage:110 ColorColor: Black
Location:

St. George, Utah, United States

St. George, Utah, United States
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Honda CB photos

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Honda CB tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):160

Honda CB description

1967 Honda CB 160 cafe racer. I built this bike for my daughter but she doesn't want it. So Im selling it to fund my next project. Engine is completely rebuild as well as frame taken down and re painted rebuild front suspension new Avon tires. Hydrolic clutch and front break. Custom blood red on black paint. Has a iPhone charger that acts as a speedo on it. This is a fun little bike. 

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