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1966 Honda 450 Black BomberRead more
My brother told me that his girl
friend’s father was looking to sell
his motorcycle. So before I looked
at the bike, I rented a Yamaha 80
from a Shell gas station to see if I
wanted to be a biker.
I had so much fun on the little
80 I had to see the 450.
2 cylinder, 1 down 3 up 4 speed,
loud, and really good looking,
I bought it for $400.
Got a motorcycle license
endorsement, never did insure
it, and rode it around until I
went into the service. Left it
out for my brother who
consequently let it go swimming
in the Anaheim reservoir.
1972 Honda CL 450 ScramblerRead more
Got home from Vietnam in
January of 1972. My dad was
using my truck and camper, and
my brother had sunk my 450
in the reservoir. So as soon as
I had 4 paychecks in my pocket,
I bought this bike.
After getting married in August,
we moved to the Club Continental
apartments in Anaheim. Even with
a security guard in the parking
garage, my bike was stolen. So
I went and bought the CB 550
I still have.
1974 Honda 550 CB, Original Owner, Low Miles, Show Ready$7,250.00
1974 Honda CB 550, Original Owner, Low Miles, Show Ready
1986 Honda Gyro S, Original Owner, Very Low Miles, Show Ready$2,950.00Add to cart
Honda Gyro S, original owner, 131 original miles. Completely gone thru. New battery, cleaned carb, cleaned exhaust. Starts and runs great. 49 cc, does about 28-30 mph, 75-80 mpg. 2 speed automatic transmission. Would be a fantastic birthday present for someone. Just had the entire bike gone through by certified Honda mechanic. All fluids changed out. No corrosion anywhere. Original pink slip, California plate, Norm Reeves frame. Whoever gets this bike will not be disappointed. Starts up easily, shifts thru both speeds nicely. I have ridden it 2-3 miles since the rebuild. Has not been on any highway since 1992. Bike is viewable at my new Las Vegas address. Email for appointment.