1965 Honda CA77 305 Dream
Frame no. 1021053*See Text
Engine no. CA77E 1021114
Honda's onslaught on the American motorcycle market of the 1960s was through countless small-displacement models. Their first decade of operation saw the import of the Cub, Benly, Hawk, Scrambler and, of course, the square-edged Dream. In production from 1960 to 1967, and of 250 and 305cc specification, they were built thick and fast, with various options and configurations.
The nicely presented 305 Dream offered has been comprehensively restored with fresh top end motor rebuild, newly powder coated frame, and bodywork repainted in the original color. New suspension, along with new wheels, tires and brakes were added with a parts cost in excess of $2,000.