I have a 1973 Honda CL350 K5, it was left in the barn at my parents place by a friend of the family over 10 years ago, and has sat there since. He apparently rescued it from a dumpster or scrap or something and gave it to the family for a project bike. That didn't happen... Until now. I dug it out and cleaned it up as best as I could. I don't know what the initial issue with the bike was, why it was not used more, it only has about 1800 miles on it. There was no title accompanying the bike, but I went through the paper work with the provincial insurance agency and it is now in my name. The bike was stuck in neutral, and the oil had gone bad, I believe with gas in it. I've got the motor out of the frame, and the gearbox taken apart... The shift drums and forks were all seized up with rust and gunk, but the rest of it seems to be ok, the motor will also turn over. We had to cut the shift drums out with a grinder, and I've got a new set off ebay. Now it is a slow process of cleaning everything, and putting it back together. Hopefully it will run. Most of the bike is there, I only need a few small things, new cables, levers, etc, and I also need a set of mufflers and pipes I believe, hopefully I can find some that aren't too pricey because I don't have much money to put into this project right yet. Anyways, here's some pictures, I will try to keep this updated... Though, I will warn ahead of time, progress probably won't be too quick, but we will see how it goes. I'm not overly mechanical and this is the first engine I've ever had apart, though my Dad is able to help me out too.