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Okay guys, I'm selling some of the stock parts off my 1973 CL350. All prices are OBO + actual shipping. There are more and LARGER pics at the links below. Email with questons. [email protected]

I prefer paypal payments. Will ship to USA/Canada, only the ACTUAL shipping is charged.

You can see all the pics here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/ictwoody/sets/72157606356384962/
Pics of the whole bike here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/ictwoody/sets/72157603892535551/

1973 CL350 Tank - $200
Treated with POR-15 less then 6mo ago. Includes cap. No petcock is included. Top half has been repainted by PO. It looks pretty good. With a wetsanding, a tiny bit of touch-up, and new clear coat it would look GREAT!! There are some drips it looks like that weren't cleaned off before the PO cleared it.



Seat - $150
This is a NOS cover the PO installed. Looks nice. Pan is showing little rust if any. Has the storage door for the owners manual.



Side Covers - $45
Good shape. Some nicks and scratches, especially on the exhaust side. Could be sanded and cleared. Don't quite match the tank, but they are close. One badge is missing the little wing.

 

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Re: CB/CL350 Part for sale - Fall Garage Cleaning!!

BTT. If anyone sees anything they like shoot me an email and lets talk... I would like to get some of this out of my way. I know its the off season... but this is the perfect time to slap some of this stuff on your rig. OBO dudes.

- Woody
 

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Re: CB/CL350 Part for sale - Fall Garage Cleaning!!

Hey woody -

Not to divert your thread here, but how did your project to mount 450 carbs on your 350 ever turn out??
 

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Re: CB/CL350 Part for sale - Fall Garage Cleaning!!

It's kinda been sidetracked. I got a new throttle with twin cable pulls, cause one of the main problems is that the 350 Y-cable holds the throttle open even with all the barrel adjusters adjusted all the way in. The problem is that I'm not sure I want to re-locate the starter button.

I found some Hooker Headers Scrambler Pipes for the 350, but they are pretty rough. I am going to hi-temp and header wrap them and I cut off the stock reverse cone muffler cause it was banged up and missing its baffle and the actual reverse cone and replaced with a new emgo unit. Looks nice. Just want to get those on before I start jacking with the carbs again. I haven't even test fit the boots on the bike yet. I need to. They softened up nice... They seem a bit loose on the 450 carbs... but I think they will be fine when clamped.

I will be reviving that thread soon. Just a lot going on this time of year. I'm also starting a little side biz and that is taking time.

There will be future updates.

- Woody

tbpmusic said:
Hey woody -

Not to divert your thread here, but how did your project to mount 450 carbs on your 350 ever turn out??
 

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woody1981 said:
It's kinda been sidetracked. I got a new throttle with twin cable pulls, cause one of the main problems is that the 350 Y-cable holds the throttle open even with all the barrel adjusters adjusted all the way in. The problem is that I'm not sure I want to re-locate the starter button.
- Woody
Then just use a 450 throttle cable...

Why would you need to relocate the starter button?? The handlebar switches are the same parts.
 

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Re: CB/CL350 Part for sale - Fall Garage Cleaning!!

Bump. You know you want some CL parts for Christmas!!
 

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Re: CB/CL350 Part for sale - Fall Garage Cleaning!!

Bump for spring time!!!

83 degrees tomorrow!!! Woo Hoo.

- Woody
 
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