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1966 Honda ca160, The 1968 CA160 featured a 161 CC air cooled four stroke single overhead cam parallel twin with a single carb that made 16.5 HP for a top speed of 68 MPH (made it California Freeway legal). A 4 speed transmission and completely enclosed chain made it look and stay clean. The CA160 was sold in North America only. :// /dream-1968-honda-ca160/ All dressed up in angular sheet metal, the Honda Dream is instantly recognizable as a machine of the 1960s. Those sartorial straight lines and sharp creases of the Dream are also instantly polarizing eliciting a love it or loathe it kind of reaction. Regardless of how you feel about the blocky and chunky machine, for many who came of age in the era of the Dream the model brings back happy memories. Take Jim Jebavy of New Berlin, Wis. In 1966 he was a high school senior in the town of Two Rivers on Lake Michigan, and several of his friends had motorcycles. Many owned Dreams, and Jim remembers cadging rides aboard the 305cc Hondas. At the time he had never owned a motorcycle, having instead invested in a car. Come winter, he was the popular man with his friends. Several decades later, Jim found himself reflecting on his high school days. Funny thing was, it wasn t the car he remembered, but the Honda Dreams he d borrowed and taken for rides. Back then the Dream looked kind of strange it had a unique and unusual shape, Jim says. But the bikes were very well put together, and they were also very simple to operate. :// /classic-japanese-motorcycles/honda-dream-ca77-zmwz14jfzbea
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