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Honda Cl350 Classic "scrambler" on 2040-motos

US $1,750.00
YearYear:1973 MileageMileage:28900 ColorColor: Red
Honda CL350 Classic

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Honda CL tech info

TypeType:Standard Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):350 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Honda CL description

1973 Honda CL350 Scrambler, runs perfect! 28xxk miles. Well-maintained, (Unrestored) original. Never crashed. Chrome is nice!  No dents or rust. Minor dings on tank. New tires; starter; battery; tune-up; and carburetor rebuild this Spring. Kick and electric start. Starts right up & runs strong. Add to your collection or ride it daily. Clear MA title. Currently registered & inspected. Cash on pick up. See it at Treyson Racin' on Route 7 in Great Barrington: 413-528-9111 (For sale locally, as well).  No low ballers. Email questions. You will not be disappointed!

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