Honda CA77 Dream
The roadster CA77 Dream is the brother of the Supersports CB77 which made such an impact on the British motorcycle scene in he mid-late 1960s. It shares the same 305cc four stroke twin engine which was so advanced for its time but not the frame, which in this case is Honda’s signature pressed-steel monocoque with square forks and shocks, leading link forks and twin leading shoe front brake. Quite a thing, matching red seat and grips make quite a statement too. This machine was imported; almost certainly from the USA; and registered here in 2019 on an age related number so it is historic (free) tax and no MOT needed. It has been nicely restored as you can see, some slight degradation in storage which is easily reversed with a bit of elbow grease. And it has had the engine replaced (the original unit comes with the bike) recently too.
This machine is one of a collection of classic motorcycles coming to market some time after the passing of their owner and these pictures have been taken where they were left in the family garage. The mechanical condition has not been assessed but we are advised that they were all running well and used occasionally up to two or three years ago so recommissioning should be relatively straightforward. The bikes are advertised in the condition you see them and sold as seen. If you are interested in any of these machines but not interested in the recommissioning work then we will have the bike(s) assessed in our workshop and will be happy to negotiate a price for the bike “on the road”. Please call to discuss any of these as I appreciate there is less information here than is ideal to make a decision.