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Author Topic: 73 CL350 project  (Read 14648 times)

Offline Azbiker

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73 CL350 project
« on: Jul 08, 2012, 15:41:19 »
The story goes.....

I sold my house after two long years off and on. Having a house built and it will not be done for 4-5 months, it's hotter than hell out side for the next 3 months, I sold all of my bikes (76 CB360, 71 CL175, 73 XL250). Why? Because I was stupid! Nothing more to say.

So, since I have some time on my hands and am living in a cracker jack box of a house ( I stuffed all the furniture from our 4000 sqft home into my moms already semi furnished 1800 sqft home), I have managed to keep my tools available and a small space to work on this bike. I hope to have it done by the time our house is finished because it will also be prime time riding weather.

Last picture is where I am heading with the bike. I have always liked white tanks and am digging on the brown seat. I have a truck load of parts coming in from DCC and a better used front fender off of Ebay.

Plan is to completely copy (well, not completly) my inspiration pic and not use any creativity on my end. Make it as easy as possibly to not even use my brain.

This should be fun.......


Offline Azbiker

  • Posts: 962
Re: 73 CL350 project
« Reply #1 on: Jul 08, 2012, 15:46:25 »
Started breaking it down this morning.

Looks like the previous owner bypassed the connector from the solinoid to the battery? The female connector is there from the harness but the male end is gone and a bunch of extra wires going to the battery.

Offline Azbiker

  • Posts: 962
Re: 73 CL350 project
« Reply #2 on: Jul 13, 2012, 20:45:41 »
Bike is torn down. Misc parts and frame are off to be powder coated matte black. Tank and side covers are off to be painted. Tank is going to be a off white taupe color and side covers will be matte black.

Will post pics when I get it all in.

Offline andycafe

  • Posts: 1173
  • Northern Suburbs, Melbourne Victoria, Australia
Re: 73 CL350 project
« Reply #3 on: Jul 14, 2012, 04:50:21 »
I like it, are you going to be putting the handbags on yours to? lol.... ;)


Offline Worst cb650 ever

  • Posts: 1491
  • You can always get it running with time or money.
Re: 73 CL350 project
« Reply #5 on: Jul 14, 2012, 11:18:19 »
You need an Indiana Jones style leather satchel to mount on the side - a man bag! :D
DTT Blue (cause Winter is Coming) CB360 Club.

1995 CBR900RR - a winter flip not worth a DTT writeup - Sold

1986 Yamaha SRX600 - mailed to me from California - build coming soon?

1983 VF750F

1976 CB360T

1993 CBR900RR - Sold

1979 CB650 - Sold

Offline Worst cb650 ever

  • Posts: 1491
  • You can always get it running with time or money.
DTT Blue (cause Winter is Coming) CB360 Club.

1995 CBR900RR - a winter flip not worth a DTT writeup - Sold

1986 Yamaha SRX600 - mailed to me from California - build coming soon?

1983 VF750F

1976 CB360T

1993 CBR900RR - Sold

1979 CB650 - Sold

Offline andycafe

  • Posts: 1173
  • Northern Suburbs, Melbourne Victoria, Australia
Re: 73 CL350 project
« Reply #7 on: Jul 14, 2012, 19:03:57 »
I know! No, no hand bag. Just a pad dispenser.....

 ;D Ahahaha  ;D


Offline andycafe

  • Posts: 1173
  • Northern Suburbs, Melbourne Victoria, Australia
Re: 73 CL350 project
« Reply #9 on: Jul 18, 2012, 09:19:59 »
man I love goodies! nice haul  ;)