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Discussion in 'The Rockies – It's all downhill from here...' started by 309, Jul 21, 2005.
Hey Blake... found this great jacket you can wear on the Moto Guzzi...
1965 Honda Dream 305 ( CA77 CA78 )- 2588 original miles - $3500 (Franktown, CO)
This Honda Dream is in original condition(a true SURVIVOR CLASS bike). The tires, handlebar grips (read Honda on them) and all paint is still the original. The miles are actual, but of coarse the title reads beyond capabilities.
The circa 60's accessories that come with the bike are: Buco saddlebags and brackets, Buco windshield, Rear chrome rack and Engine guards. The only things that I have replaced on the bike are the air cleaner, tank badges and the original coil (the first owner said 'she' quit one day on the way back to the farm, and that's the last time I looked at it). I've owned the bike for approx. 6 years and ride it occasionally. I've put about 300 miles on it, but the tires are original and SPEED is a scary factor. The bike starts easily by kicking the kick-starter or using the electric starter.
You can call me (I return all messages) on 303-660-1268. <!-- -->
A bunch of nice Dreams on CL! I really like the look of this one.
1965 HONDA DREAM BOBBER O.B.O - $2500 (LAFAYETTE)
I have a 1965 Honda dream 305. This bike was my summer ride and i only wish to sell this bike because i have a new project that needs some funding. There are no leaks on the bike, its starts with one kick every time, and it runs great. The bike is great and sounds awesome. But the Speedometer is broken, the tires have little tread left (but hold air), and needs new front brake pad. Everyone looks at it.
I am negotiable.
I will answer only to PHONE CALLS or TEXT 720-840-0712. NO EMAILS
-New spring seat
-New carberator kit
-new starter clutch
-New custom semi-sealed headlight (u spend $11 now for the bulb, instead of $120 for the whole headlight)
-New crankcase gasket
-new a/c generator rotor
Keywords: bobber chopper custom honda dream Denver Lafayette Loud
I hope you are kidding Ralphy.
72 Toaster for $2800 could be a good deal. unless you want to drive it 100MPH all the time
Real headturner! 750CC motorcycle with the Boxer twin engine in black and chrome.
50hp 43ft/lbs of torque and a top speed over 100mph! Gets good gas mileage (if you don't drive it at 100mph)
That ought to be against the law.
Ugliest Dream I've seen since that one I had that had Janet Reno in it
Oh Jesus!! That actually a nightmare, not a Dream
And she kept calling me "Hillary". It was awful.
Dude, enough! Enough!! I am sorry for all the bad things I have said about you. Please, for the love of god, stop!!!
That is one of the best looking bikes of that ilk that I have ever seen. If I had a Yammie XS I would do it just like that. Luv it.
Marc....haven't you bought that thing yet?
He's waiting for you to flip it
That's Jim Rowley's modified Transalp
Am I the only one that reads the registration as "pimpin ain't easy"?
that's how I read it.......
if you read it like it's written, it sounds more authentic: "pmp'n 8 EZ"..."No it ant dats fo sho".
Saturday morning Damned work gets in the way of me traveling that far.
That is IF it is not to tall for me. :-(
I'm picking up the TE tomorrow (suspension is done ), I'll make room for another
I'm surprised that my pimpin XS is still a topic of conversation. And even though I'm probably a little old to be pimpin, the number plate is staying on.
But on with the thread...not mine, nor do I have any affiliation with the seller or the bike: