I don’t feature many of these because I think they’re kind of ugly, but I like that this hard-to-find blue example is being offered with no reserve.
Basic specifications include 23 horsepower from a 305cc parallel twin motor. That was good enough to get the 350 pound (dry) bike up to 86 miles per hour. If you want more details on what the Dream is like, check out this article on Motorcycle Classics.
This example (VIN: CA77E104658) has 5,679 miles and spent years on display at a Chevrolet dealership in Syracuse, New York. The current seller acquired it in 2016, spent over $1,300 to bring it back to life, and has kept it in his garage since. The seller notes that the carb “could use cleaning” and “the new throttle cable I had put in could use some lubrication.” There is no title, just a bill of sale – the sale includes the original bill of sale, owner’s manual, and 1965 New York license plate. The exhaust is aftermarket but everything else looks to be OEM.
Find this Dream for sale in Durham, Connecticut with bidding up to $2,525