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1968 Honda CL175 scrambler KO


  • 1968 Honda CL175 scrambler KO
  • 1968 Honda CL175 scrambler KO
  • 1968 Honda CL175 scrambler KO
  • 1968 Honda CL175 scrambler KO
Description
Price : USD232 (Auction)
Date : February 16, 2020
Condition : Used
Year : 1968
Model : CL
Bike Type : Dual-Purpose
Mileage : 6152
Engine Size : 175
Shipping to : United States
Location : North Tonawanda, New York, United States

No reserve.  Completely read and do not bid unless you plan on buying.   

Up for auction again is a 1968 honda cl175 (sloper) Scrambler KO. This  specific model was made for 2 years. So it’s kind of on the rare side, not as common as a CB. It was a pretty cool attempt at an early model enduro by Honda. Most parts are compatible with Honda CB. It’s in pretty original barn find condition. The engine was originally stuck from sitting so I put new rings in it and it does run, drive, shift, and stop perfect. It’s an excellent beginning to a project. Most of the chrome is in excellent condition for the age minus some pitting on the exhaust heat shield.  Still have original key with original dealership a keychain on it. I believe it still has the original tires on it with no cracking or dry rot. The gas tank has a few chips of paint out of it but no dents. It’s missing a few pieces such as mirrors, front turn signals, passenger foot pegs, exhaust manifold collars, and could use either a kickstart shaft installed or it does have an option for a starter to be installed. I currently just bump start it in 2nd gear. It has always started pretty easily and the last I had it running was in September before I put it away for the winter. I’ve never had it registered nor do I have a registration for it but will provide a bill of sale. Because it’s older than 72, a registration should be very simple to obtain from the DMV. Basically what you see in the pictures is what you get. I would consider delivering anywhere along the East Coast if you want to work out a separate deal after the auction.  $100 deposit  within 48 hours of the end of the auction via PayPal and then the remainder of the balance can be cash in person or PayPal. Feel free to message me if you have any other questions.

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