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Honda CL350 Café Racer

Posted on October 26, 2009 by Scott in Café Racer. 8 comments

This beautiful red 1973 CL350 is owned by a lucky man that goes by the name of Jonathan Wood. John has had the bike restored and modified to a very high standard. Some of the work includes the fenders, fork lowers, headlight bracket and triple-trees all powdercoated black. The seat is custom shaped foam and custom covered on a stock CB seat. His favorite part, and the part that he says gets the most attention from fellow riders, is the custom headlight bracket.

Jonathan fabricated the pieces himself and had a shop weld it. The headlight is a CEV scooter headlight, the speedo is mounted to TTR400 clip-ons and the paint is Corvette Victory Red done by Josh Ferry of The Autobody Complex, Kansas. The pinstriping was done by Josh Christy of VanChase Studio. To see more of this immaculate ride check out John’s flickr gallery. [Via Rocket Garage]

  • I love these old Hondas. I have a 1972 CB450 that I restored last summer. This is a beautiful bike.

  • WP

    LOVE IT!

  • Mattro

    one of my all-time favorite posts on this or any bike site. absolutely superb lines.

  • f1david

    Nice bike. I just ordered some shorty mufflers the other day. I have a CB350 that I'm working on. Where did you get that seat? Just what I looking for.

  • ssork

    man.. this bikes beutiful too. guess this woody does good work.

  • ya that seat is really nice 

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