Honda’s Scrambler-style motorcycles from the late 1960s and early 1970s are neat little bikes that still make for great in-town transportation today, and one of our favorites is the CL350.
1968 was the first year for the CL350. This 1969 model looks to be in fine shape, and according to the seller, it is bone stock down to the ignition key. The chrome front fender also features a distinctive stock reflector. According to the auction, “Honda only put these on part of the 1969 production run for several of their street scramblers, and no one seems to know why. Maybe they thought they were meeting some type of US Safety requirement then found it was not necessary and stopped. The instrument faces are clear, easy to read, its seat is in excellent condition; it is very supple and has no rips or tears. The very hard to find rubber fork covers are supple like new. The sidecovers have excellent paint and badges.”
Sounds like fun to us! To visit the auction for this Honda CL350, go here.