1967 Honda 305 Dream CA77 Mostly original ride as is restore Cafe Racer Fun Ride

1967 Honda CA

Price: US $2,967.00
Item location: Redondo Beach, California, United States
Make: Honda
Model: CA
SubModel: CA 77 305 DREAM
Type: Standard
Year: 1967
Mileage: 14,304
VIN: CA781035905
Color: Black
Engine size: 305
Vehicle Title: Clear



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1967 Honda 305 Dream – Cool Collector Bike! Would make great Caf? Racer!

Previous owner had this bike in storage about 15 years. The original color is black and 95 % of the paint is original with a spot repair on the front fender that looks to be rattle can. The chrome is 50 years old and is in good condition not new but original for its age. The Aluminum is tarnished as to be expected for its age. the mufflers have been changed in its life to the trumpet type. Good running engine with kick and electric start. Previous owner stated that the fuel system gone through and cleaned up, etcock and carb rebuilt. I installed a new battery. Runs and rides good, ould use a little more tinkering and adjusting. Still has the tool bag kit with it and clear Oregon title in my name VIN:CA781035905. Super cool bike, ide as is, estore or Caf? Style it out! You won’t be disappointed.

$2967.00 possible part trade --- interesting MC or Classic car or pick up, 0’s 70’s Van ???

Call Kim Ridley 503-329-6555

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Claimed power:23hp @ 7,500rpm
Engine:305cc air-cooled OHC parallel twin, 0mm x 54mm bore and stroke
Top Speed:86mph
Weight (dry):350lb (159kg)
Fuel capacity/MPG:2.5gal (9.5ltr)/50-70mpg
Price then/now:$595/$1,500-$4,000

All dressed up in angular sheet metal, he Honda Dream is instantly recognizable as a machine of the 1960s. Those sartorial straight lines and sharp creases of the Dream are also instantly polarizing — eliciting a love it or loathe it kind of reaction.

Regardless of how you feel about the blocky and chunky machine, or many who came of age in the era of the Dream the model brings back happy memories.

The impression of the Dream is exactly the kind Soichrio Honda hoped to make with his products. From the first motorcycle Honda built, he designer believed that small displacement multi-cylinder engines were superior to large, humping singles. And in 1957 Honda wasn’t beyond riffing on a concept that worked when the fledgling motorcycle maker introduced its C70 Dream.

The engine found in NSU’s Rennmax, ith its twin forward-canted cylinders and gear-drive double overhead cam, nspired the 247cc 4-stroke twin powering Honda’s C70. Unlike the Rennmax, onda’s C70 featured a chain-drive single overhead cam, ut otherwise featured horizontally split crankcases with a pressed-together ball bearing crankshaft and dry sump lubrication system. After the C70, onda developed the 247cc C71, hich featured an electric starter. Bumped up to 305cc, he same engine was introduced to North America in the CA76 Dream in 1959. There were, n fact, everal different versions of the 247cc and 305cc Dreams imported that year, ut none in very great numbers.

The dry sump CA76 lasted a single year, eplaced in 1960 with the CA77 Dream Tourer. Honda updated the CA77 with a wet sump engine and also offered a 247cc CA72. Both the 247cc and 305cc Dreams used a 360-degree crankshaft, eaning the twin pistons rise and fall simultaneously, ut fire alternately. Fuel and air mixed in a single 22mm Keihin carburetor, nd exhaust left the robust cylinder head via dual-wall header pipes before exiting through mufflers equipped with removable baffles. The 305cc twin was rated at 24 horsepower at 8,000rpm.

Early vs. late

Dreams produced from 1960 to 1963 are called “early” models, hile machines built from 1963 to 1969 are dubbed “late” models. Differences between early and late are few. Visually, he shape of the gas tank changed, ut the rectangular rear shock absorber upper covers and the square headlight nacelle, omplete with speedometer, emained. Over its production run, ream specifications continued virtually unchanged.

Honda built a surprising number of offshoot models based on the Dream, ncluding the CSA77 Dream Sport; a 305cc Dream equipped with a high-level exhaust system to distinguish it from the Tourer.

Honda used metal stampings welded together to make the frame, hich included the headstock and the rear fender. There was no front downtube; the engine bolts in at the cylinder head top cover and at two points directly behind the rear case, hus acting as a stressed member. A leading-link front fork (also made of pressed steel), hile not known to provide razor-sharp handling, rovided effective suspension.

Front and rear wheels were a stubby 16-inches each, nd most Dreams came equipped with whitewall tires. Unlike the small C100 Cubs, hich featured some plastic bodywork, he Dream is all steel, ven the deeply valanced front fender and side covers. Dreams were available in white, lack, lue and scarlet red.

Please fell free to contact me at 503-329-6555Vehicle is located in Redondo Beach California 90277 (Pacific Daylight Time Zone)RIDLEY'S RIDES is a privately held LLC. I am a private collector, ehicle is in my PERSONAL COLLECTION! Please note custom Oregon Vanity License Plate not included!




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