For many CT70 enthusiasts, the “H” models were desirable as they came with 4-speed transmissions and a manual clutch (as opposed to the 3-speed semi-automatic transmission of the non-H models.
The four-speed transmission with clutch was only available as an option between 1970 and 1972. This example (VIN: CT70H-138668) is said to be in “excellent survivor condition” with just 1,492 miles. The seller states that everything is original except for one of the tires. Everything is said to work though it “occasionally shifts hard.”
“A true collectors item, unrestored survivors like this CT70H are very hard to find, and it’s obvious this bike has been very well cared for its whole life. The original dealer’s sticker from Beaver Dam, WI, is still present on the chain guard, and this bike has never left a two-hour radius from its selling dealer. Tools, fuses and a never-installed fender extension are included in the sale.”
Find this CT70H for sale in Three Lakes, Wisconsin with bidding up to $3,827 and the reserve already met here on eBay.