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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by jimtoe, Feb 15, 2014.
My restored 1968 305 Dream
Gorgeous ... great work.
Well, I've got a bunch of '60's Honda's (at least 40 of em), but here's a couple I actually rode in the '60s.
1966 Honda S65
The wife and me on the S90 I taught her to ride on over 40 yrs ago
Here's a 6 bike display of some of my 60's Honda's I set up for a local show. I just so happened to name my display as Honda's of the 60's
Nice collection. I also have a S65 unrestored driver and a S90 in the process of restoration.
Here is my little Dax ST70, a 1969 model, so just qualifies.
Here is the 'before' photo, some years ago when I got it.
I stripped it down quickly and got the metalwork painted and new decals on it. Then life got in the way and it has been 8 years or so since I did anything to it.
Here is the state of play today, still as I left it.
I am hoping to find the time and money this year to finish it off and get it registered.
Check out Hodaka guy's build.
Here's my '69 Honda CL350 cafe...
I have a S90 parts bike that may turn into a Cafe when I finish restoring the original bike. Both engines are low mileage but the parts bike looks like it went through world war two.
The CB160 pic is as it was the day I bought it. It is currently apart for restoration. The two 90's have been sold to fund the CB160 and other projects.
Hey! I know how to play this game!
And the restoration thread that grew into something bigger than I ever imagined:
None are mine.
1970, my Honda 305 Dream.
I bought an S90 in the mid 1990's that was all taken apart. After a little work, a few new parts, and some paint, it ran! I rode it to the local Honda dealer to show it to the parts guy (who had helped me get some carb and trim parts), and the owner of the dealership bought it from me on the spot. Had to call my wife to come and pick me up...
Here's my 69 CL with a stuck left piston looking cool in my office. It's getting a few more rounds of ATF-Acetone and PB blaster and if that doesn't unstick it, she's for sale. No garage and small apartment.
The first 450.
That would never sell now
The Black Bomber. The one bike I hope to own before I die.
That is correct.