1965 Honda 305 Superhawk Restoration
Startup and idling while doing a walk around, then riding it away and
coming back at the camera. For sale. Let me know if you are interested in
1965 Honda CB77 Superhawk
My 1965 CB77. Might be the most beautiful thing next to Sarah Palin. Runs
perfect and handles like a Superhawk should. And no its not for sale.
Filmed with my Canon 5d mark ii with a 50mm lens.
1969 Honda Dream 305 cc
Restored in 2003, stored in the Sloan Museum in Flint Michigan from until
2009. I purchased this early summer of 2010. Fixed 3 electrical probs and
recovered the seat, also fixed the leaky petcock. Runs and rides awesome.
Just showed it at the 2011 Indiana Motorcycle Expo. Currently im restoring
some white fiberglass Buco Bags.
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1966 CA77 Honda Dream & 1966 CB77 Honda SuperHawk
These are a couple of bikes that my Dad restored/rebuilt. The red bike is a
'66 Honda Dream and the Stars & Stripes or Captain America bike is a '66
Honda SuperHawk. The Dream is, for the most part, ORIGINAL. However, the
SuperHawk has several modifications. My Dad, Dale Hundley, bought this bike
when he was 15 years old. It has endured many years and several different
looks. This particular "look" is reminiscent of the "Easy Rider" bike, only
customized from a Honda. This video was taken just before the "Toys For
Tots" ride/run in Louisville, KY.
1962 Honda CB77 Superhawk - Warm Up & Walkaround
I thought I'd shoot a quick walk around of my 1962 Honda CB77 Superhawk
that I restored. I had just finished fabricating a brand new pair of
British Amal 626 MKI concentric carbs to replace the last weak link in the
restoration, the overly worn out and irreplaceable Keihin carbs. I was in
the midst of re-warming up the (very cold blooded) bike, setting proper
idle, etc. throughout the tuning process.
The Exhaust is a real beast. The
overrun at 6k rpm under load still gives me chills going through a tunnel.
If you want to enjoy the sound this bike makes, you'll have to throw a pair
of headphones on.
Just before filming this I had finished riding her from Sacramento, CA to
Seattle, WA and back along the Pacific coast, 2,500 miles in 5 days.
I have to say, restoring this bike was a real challenge. Anything that
could have needed replacement or repair, did. 50 years of neglect and abuse
can really take it's toll on a machine. But now, it's better than every and
I'm happy and proud of both the journey and end result. This is a machine
you can't walk into a anywhere it buy. It's paid for with blood, sweat, and
most importantly patience. More photos of the bike here:
Sound of Honda CD 125 Twin
Honda CD 125 Twin 1967 Highlight Custom
Engine Honda CD 125 Twin 1967, Gas Tank Honda S-90'1972, Frame Honda S-90,
Tail Light Honda S-90, Front & Rear shock absorber Honda S-90, Front & Rear
drum brake Honda S-90, Rear Fender Honda CB 100, Holder Honda CB 100,
Saddle Honda CB 100, Front Rim 18" Honda CB 125, Rear Rim 17" Honda CB 125,
Left & Right Muffler Honda C-70 custom, Head Light Honda Dream 125, Handle
Bar Honda Tiger, Carburetor Honda Pro Series, Front Semi Trial Tire, Rear
Semi Trial Tire.
MY 67 HONDA CB77.MOV
MY 1967 HONDA CB77 COMPLETE WITH COCKTAIL SHAKER ExhaustS 9000+ ORIGINAL MILES.
I CANT BELIEVE HOW SMOOTH AND RESPONSIVE THIS BIKE IS TODAY NEVER MIND BACK
IN 1967, THESE BIKES WERE WAY AHEAD OF THEIR TIME WITH ELECTRIC START AND
LOTS OF TOP END.
VERY FAST AND EXTREMELY AGILE.