1968 CL350 Restore

Captmilk76

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This was a bike my Uncle gave me and my Brother. I pulled it out of a barn he had, it started first turn over....dam Honda's are tough.

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Captmilk76

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A little eastwood carb renew http://pages.ebay.com/link/? nav=item.view&id=230811417812 and wanut shell blasting

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A little flat black on the frame, and castle flat black on the engine, finished by a engine finn polishing

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andrew6v

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Reminds me of a zombie. Missing body parts but still ticking.

Looks good just keep on polishing haha
 

Captmilk76

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DesmoBro said:
Sweet looking good so far....Reminds me I need a 1 horse Buffer
We bought the 6" buffer from Harbor Freight for $32 http://www.harborfreight.com/6-inch-buffer-94393.html and a sand blasting cabinet from my brothers lawnmower shop. We have been using crushed walnuts but if anyone has used anything that almost polishes better than walnuts let me know.
 

Captmilk76

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The pipes we took off the bike were in bad shape. The muffler is rusted out and the heat shield is broken and rusted. At the moment I am having a local muffler shop try to match the original headers out of stainless pipe. Then I can buy two slim mufflers. I still want to run them high.(because that looks bada$$)
 

SteveG

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That tank is stunning. Off topic (ish) when I was an engineer in the RN we used to fire wallnut shells into our gas turbine engines (Rolls Royce Olympus - same as the ones on Concord) to clean them.
 

Captmilk76

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Re: Re: 1968 CL350 Restore

SteveG said:
That tank is stunning. Off topic (ish) when I was an engineer in the RN we used to fire wallnut shells into our gas turbine engines (Rolls Royce Olympus - same as the ones on Concord) to clean them.
That's good to know

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