1975 Honda CL360

1975 Honda CL360 Cafe Racer Inspired

A reputable shop (Motofactory) had built this motorcycle with no expense spared. See 4 page invoice for close to $9,000.
The original 360 CC engine complete re-assembled, build & fine tuned. The compression numbers showed 180 PSI for both cylinders.
Scrambler style double exhaust heat wrapped. They’re pretty loud.
A brand new set of VM30 Mikuni Carburators were added. Its fast…!
The frame, and misc. other parts were sandblasted and powder coated.
Gas tank acid bathed, flushed out & dried.
Honda OEM kick starter with a capacitor to power the halogen lights, turn signals, etc.

1976 Porsche 911S

1976 Porsche 911S

Arrived from the north west (Seattle area) where it had been sleeping in a garage since 1995. 154K Miles.

Car has been partially painted in its life, but part of the car remains in its original paint. The undercarriage, and trunk area is super clean. No accidents or rust. The hood, trunk lid, area near the antenna, and the passenger quarter panel has some paint patina / cracking. The worst place being the hood. The car is incredibly straight, and if you really wanted it to be perfect you would paint those areas.
Interior is completely original and in really nice shape.
The engine was rebuilt 30 miles ago to the tune of almost $14,000. It still needs to be broken in, and adjusted afterwards.
It runs, and drives really nicely. It definitely needs new tires, and lots of exercise.
Comes with manual, spare, jack, nice toolkit, $19+K in receipts, front end bra, trunk carpet, ski rack, clean title.

1974 Plymouth Roadrunner in Blaze Yellow

1974 Plymouth Roadrunner in Blaze Yellow

From 1979 to 1985 there was a TV series called the Dukes of Hazzard. Daisy was one of the characters that drove a similar car..! 😀

The car fires up easily, runs and drives really well. I drove it 200 miles with no issues.

The suspension, steering, brakes are tight..!

It is a factory V8 318 ci motor with a 4-speed pistol grip shifter, manual disc brakes, and manual steering. This was a no thrill american muscle car. The back windows are stationary. You cannot roll them up or down..!

The car retains its factory paint in really nice shape except the driver door. There are a few dings, and dents here / there. There is no rust on apart from bare metal surface rust areas.

Interior is in near immaculate shape.

Everything works on it except the factory radio. The last known owner planned to have it rebuilt, and to install new speakers in the rear.

When the car was being washed, and cleaned one of the spark plug wires flew off and it was running on 7 cylinders in the video…! I thought that there was water somewhere and I needed to drive it for a bit. It runs even smoother now that I plugged it back in…!

The one thing I can think of that needs work are the tires. They are a bit low on tread, and are old / dry.