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1969 Honda Ct on 2040-motos

YearYear:1969 MileageMileage:5 ColorColor: Red
Location:

Cottage Grove, Minnesota, United States

Cottage Grove, Minnesota, United States
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Honda CT photos

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Honda CT tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):72 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Honda CT description

I have for sale a very clean 1969 Honda CT70.  This is a black tag not silver tag, but it has a lot of the silver tag qualities.  Rear brake light wiring through the frame, straight rear brake stay, black horn with screws, left case cover with no points access cover.  Mileage on the odometer shows 5090 but the entire top end is new and only has about 10-15 miles since it was done last summer.  Bike was repainted a few years ago before I acquired it and shows a few minor imperfections(tried to show close ups in a few of the pictures).  This bike has been rode so it will show signs of normal use.  I received the bike partially done, so I went through the bike front to back and everything that needed to be replaced was and with genuine Honda parts if available.  Parts replaced are: brake shoes, wheel bearings, battery, fuel lines(aftermarket), fuel cap, horn switch(CHP aftermarket), battery cover and strap, headlight, rear brake cable(CHP aftermarket), throttle cable(CHP aftermarket), headlight switch(CHP aftermarket), brake levers, throttle assembly, and hand grips.  The engine was done professionally and has new piston, rings, valves, seals, and gaskets.  The aftermarket carb was replaced with a Keihin from that period but is not the original.  This bike is not a 100 point restoration but has mostly original parts that are hard to find and tried to stay as original as possible.  There's a lot of bikes out there that look great but are full of cheap Chinese parts, this is NOT one of them.  This bike is sold as is with no warranty.  Inspections are welcome before purchase.  I tried to be as descriptive as possible but any questions please email me and I will be happy to answer them.  Don't bid if you don't want to purchase.  There will be a $500 non refundable deposit due at time of sale.  Buyer is responsible for shipping but I can hold until arrangements are made.

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