The Honda CL77 Scrambler was, in a way, the off-road brother of the venerable Super Hawk. Any Honda CL denotes a scrambler, and this was one of the best – in 1968, the Baja 1000 was won on a CL77. The CL77 got increased ground clearance (thanks to the distinctive exhaust), a bigger frame (which eliminated space for an electric starter), smaller fuel tank, bigger 19-inch wheels, universal tires, and more compared to the street-based Super Hawk. The 305cc parallel twin revved to 9,000 rpm and produced 28.5 horsepower. Weighing 352 pounds, this wasn’t a svelte off-roader, but the distinctive looks and sound helped make this a popular motorcycle.
This specific example is all original and is claimed to be in good shape, with the only flaws being some scratches and nicks in the paint and a minor oil leak. Find this CL77 Scrambler for sale here on Craigslist in Roscoe, Illinois for $3,200.
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