Classic Car Marketing, Inc. Southern Californias premier marketing company is pleased to introduce this new listing offered for sale by one of our clients.
Classic bike buyers, this is the deal for you. Not just one, but a pair of fully restored 1967 Honda Scramblers. The first Honda is a 1967 CL77 305cc Scrambler Late Model. It has the chrome fenders and exhaust without a muffler. The second Honda is a 1967 CL77 305cc Scrambler Early Model. It has the painted silver fenders and exhaust with muffler. Back in the day, this was one big off road bike wrapped up in a little package. The 1967 Honda (designated CL by Honda) differed from the sport bikes (designated CB) to allow for some off-road riding. The CL77 differed from the CB77 Super Hawk in a number of ways. To increase ground clearance, it had upswept exhaust pipes running along the bike''s left side. A bigger tube frame with a front down tube gave extra strength and ran through the space where the electric starter was mounted in the CB and CA models. Eliminating the starter not only gave clearance in the frame, but lightened the total weight of the bike. It had a small-capacity painted fuel tank, fork boots, 19-inch front and rear wheels, coarser-tread tires (called universals), a taller handlebar with cross-brace, and abbreviated fenders. Early models featured painted aluminum fenders and the later models had chrome front fenders. The 305 cc overhead cam engine redlined at 9000 rpm and contrasted sharply from the low-revving European and American bikes of the day. Running straight pipes with small internal baffles, CL77s featured a loud and very distinct sound from the 180 degree firing order of this parallel twin. In later years Honda joined together the end of the exhaust pipes into an external factory installed muffler to help quiet down the noise level of the exhaust. Both of these Hondas are in perfect running order and are fresh, frame off, nut and bolt complete restorations. They were restored by Vintage Honda guru Craig Barrett. The owner has both of the original owners manuals, keys and tool kits. The pictures speak for themselves, i.e, new tires, chrome, paint, upholstery etc. There are about 5 miles on the late model and about 190 miles on the early model since restoration. This would be a kick in the pants for an early bike collector and the perfect gift for your kids to have the exact same bike you grew up with. It is extremely rare to find a pair of Scramblers this nice, and they are being offered at $21,500 for the pair. For more information please visit our website at www.classiccarmarketing.net or call us at 619-972-7073. Inspections are encouraged before any purchase, of any vehicle, anywhere.