Psychedelic Honda: 1972 Honda CL350 Flying Dragon

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1972 CL350 Flying Dragon
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It is unknown how Honda created the paint swirls, but the sets have been confirmed to have genuine Honda Japan part numbers.
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It is unknown how Honda created the paint swirls, but the sets have been confirmed to have genuine Honda Japan part numbers.
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1972 CL350 Flying Dragon
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1972 CL350 Flying Dragon
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1972 Honda CL350 Flying Dragon
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1972 Honda CL350
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1972 Honda CL350 Flying Dragon
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Owner Don Stockett's low mileage Honda CL350 has been restored to show quality. Remarkably, it still wears its original tires.
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Owner Don Stockett's low mileage Honda CL350 has been restored to show quality. Remarkably, it still wears its original tires.
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Although not really trail ready, the CL350 looked like a winner.
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Flying Dragon sets including silver/purple CL450 tank and gold/purple CL350 side cover.

1972 Honda CL350 Flying Dragon
Claimed power:
33hp @ 8,500rpm
Top speed: 90.63mph (period test)
Engine:
325cc air-cooled OHC parallel twin, 60mm x 50.6mm bore and stroke, 9.5:1 compression ratio
Weight (dry):
351lb (159.5kg)
Fuel capacity/MPG:
2.4gal (9ltr)/45-55mpg

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