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1966 Honda CB160

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1966 Honda CB160

1,900.00

This baby hawk was rescued locally here in West Palm Beach.  A waitress from one of my favorite local restaurants knew of my restoration shop and told me she had an old motorcycle at her house that hadn’t been ridden in years and was taking up space.  After begging her to show it to me, she did, and she let me give it a home!

Once we got her in, we went to work.  The bike was taken down to the frame, where every nut and bolt was disassembled, cleaned, and put back together.  The engine was fully taken down, with fresh gaskets from the cylinder up and fresh cam chain.  A new battery, fluids, and plugs, this baby fired right up!

Electric start works awesome!  Lighting seems to be functioning all as it should.  

The bike runs and rides, but the Mikuni VM carburetors that were included with the bike when I purchased it (great carbs!), are too big for a 160cc bike.  Thus, the bike “runs”, but certainly not as well as it would with a correct set of carbs.  I have aspirations on changing them down the line, but for now, I wanted to let it roll with the big mikuni’s.

That said, I’m selling this a a running bike, but still needs a little love before it’s dialed in to it’s max potential.  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pzspjYSYxUQ

$1,900

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