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post #1 of 16 Old 11-14-2008, 06:53 AM Thread Starter
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CL360 versus CB360T

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post #2 of 16 Old 11-14-2008, 06:55 AM
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CL has the high scrambler pipe, CB has 2 low cans, one on each side. Newer CB models had a disc brake up front.

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Thinking of getting one?

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looking at a '74 CL360 as a frame up project.

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You can always refer to Simpson's Resto on his 360


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IMO; If you are interested in the 70's Honda twins look for the 350cc model years. The one of the most desirable is the 1970 CL350. No offense Simpson!



If you can find one, another vintage Honda was the 1966 305 Superhawk. This little beauty was a back road burner for its time.


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Ive got a ton of let over parts, including a newly restored seat for a CL.

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Now that Superhawk is just badazz...I love the straight bars...I want one


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IMO; If you are interested in the 70's Honda twins look for the 350cc model years. The one of the most desirable is the 1970 CL350. No offense Simpson!
Simpson politely disagrees by show casing his pride and joy and also adds that parts are plentiful/cheap for the CL360.
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Now that Superhawk is just badazz...I love the straight bars...I want one

+1. That thing is too cool.

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ahh well. Sold before I could get it. Keeping my eyes open.

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If you can find one, another vintage Honda was the 1966 305 Superhawk. This little beauty was a back road burner for its time.


Just found a 68 superhawk down in Arvada on Craigslist, anyone interested?

http://denver.craigslist.org/mcy/920600962.html

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1971 CL350 Scrambler on my local CraigsList. Cheap!

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1971 CL350 Scrambler on my local CraigsList. Cheap!

Dang that's tempting! I could add it to the 3 other bikes I have sitting around waiting for eternity to be restored.




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