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You must have already taken those marvelous drag pipes off the bike in that first picture... and thanks to you, David, they're now on mine! Bike looks great, that's a classic (and Bryan is envious!).
 

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Those particular CL450 tanks were great looking.

Edit: I'll bet that's a '68 that was sold and titled as a '69.
 

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A couple pics of the CL... what she looks like today vs when I found her. Hadn’t been on the road since 1974...
Sure looks like a "Winner" now, great job.
 

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Look at you, showing off... :D wish I had more than the crate tag from my brand new K4 while in high school
I can sure understand that, Tom.

I have a blue 1974 CL450K6 (or at least most of it, that my Dad gave me (no title & though quite a bit of it is there, I hope to get around to building it. I keep looking for that light, at the end of the tunnel, that I am working toward, so I can get onto other things I want to do, like the CL450. Shame we don't live, at least some closer. Florida is a pretty good stroll from Arkansas. LOL!
 
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Those particular CL450 tanks were great looking.

Edit: I'll bet that's a '68 that was sold and titled as a '69.
You are correct it's a 68 registered in 69, just wasn't sure which one to go by. I absolutely love it and put about 1000 miles on it this summer.
 

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Yeah, my CL350 was sold and registered as a '70 (K2) model, which it obviously isn't, so if I need parts, I need to buy them for an early '69 (K0). I took advantage of a long lapse in registration and re-registered it as a 1969 model, so now the paperwork is correct.

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No pipes werent on it. Just in the parts pile!
WOW! Those look identical to the "TT" pipes I ordered for my 70 cl450 from a magazine in 1971!
Got the straight thru shorty mufflers at the local Harley dealership.
Of course the original pipes and mufflers (w/ 3,000 miles on them) had to go in the dumpster!
 
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