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1966 Honda Ca160 Ca 160 Baby Dream Motorcycle on 2040motos

US $1,299.00
YearYear:1966 MileageMileage:6809 ColorColor: Black
Location:

Fayetteville, New York, US

Fayetteville, New York, US
1966 Honda CA160 CA 160 Baby Dream Motorcycle, US $1,299.00, image 1

Honda CA photos

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Honda CA tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):160 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Dealer VINVIN:A160E

Honda CA description

Up for bid is a 1966 honda CA160 dream motorcycle. Engine number A160E-1004086, cannot seem to find the frame number. It was a one owner bike. It has been sitting since the early 1990s. Only 6,809 miles. Looks to be all original. The motor turns over with great compression. The throttle does work. The inside of the gas tank has some light rust. The previous owner misplaced the key, so could not test the electronics. Both front and rear brakes work fine. Clutch feels good, shifts through the gears. As far as the condition goes it is in good condition, not a show bike but looks nice. I am not 100 percent sure if its the original paint, i do see some signs of some spots being touched up. The front fender has a large scrape on the right side, see picture. Rear fender has no dents. Side covers have no cracks. The seat has no rips or tears. There is a bit of moisture under the speedo glass. The exhaust are solid and have no dents. Overall the chrome looks great, but in some spots have pitting. The front tire has some tread left, some dry rot. The rear looks to to new but is an older tire. overall with a bit of a tune up should be a nice rider or mild restore. Have clean title, toolkit and owners manual. Sold as is. Please email if you have questions. Payment must be made within 7 days of close of auction. Good luck bidding.


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