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Honda 305 Dream Ca77e on 2040motos

US $1,000.00
YearYear:1966 MileageMileage:2204
Location:

Wirtz, Virginia, US

Wirtz, Virginia, US
Honda 305 dream CA77E, US $1,000.00, image 1

Honda CA photos

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Honda CA tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):305 VINVIN:ca77

Honda CA description

This Honda has been in a garage for some time. I was going to fix it up but have lost interest in it so it is time to sell it. I will sell it as parts or you can fix it up. The mufflers are not original. The clutch pak is sticking. 

i have a clear title for it.
Call me if you have any questions. You can pick up or I can deliver for a small fee. 540 797 3758

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