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    Cool Dunstall Honda on Ebay

    Has everyone here overlooked this?

    CB250 Dunstall Honda?

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/1971-Dunstal...8#ht_500wt_949

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    A bit too much on the ghey "cafe" stuff...like the pedestrian slicer and replica lucas tail light...but none the less...I can appreciate a cb250 motor.
    Larry

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    A bit too much on the ghey "cafe" stuff...like the pedestrian slicer and replica lucas tail light...but none the less...I can appreciate a cb250 motor.
    Larry

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    I have a little trouble believing Dunstall would stick a hot water handle on the rear sets. Plus equal trouble believing Dunstall made cafes that small.
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    I have a little trouble believing Dunstall would stick a hot water handle on the rear sets. Plus equal trouble believing Dunstall made cafes that small.
    Don\'t cry because its over. Smile because it happened

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    What's to appreciate about the cb250 motor? We got the 350 the 250s less sickly sibling. Three is nothing remarkable about the 250 except that the didn't sell it here.

    It is a little misleading to call that a dunstall, only because Paul didnt build it any more than I built it. Sure the tank and seat appear to be dunstall pieces (probably for a norton), and the rear sets are, the front fender is stock minus the supports. Overal the paint has a lot of tricks that are more recent than vintage (the norton style Honda logo - I think Carpy sells them on his site).

    Dunstall did make kit parts for bikes that small, but really didn't start messing with hondas until 73. More importantly bikes built by dunstall were re-vinned as such. My 72 dunstall norton says dunstall on the headstock although the numbers are still the norton's vin.
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    What's to appreciate about the cb250 motor? We got the 350 the 250s less sickly sibling. Three is nothing remarkable about the 250 except that the didn't sell it here.

    It is a little misleading to call that a dunstall, only because Paul didnt build it any more than I built it. Sure the tank and seat appear to be dunstall pieces (probably for a norton), and the rear sets are, the front fender is stock minus the supports. Overal the paint has a lot of tricks that are more recent than vintage (the norton style Honda logo - I think Carpy sells them on his site).

    Dunstall did make kit parts for bikes that small, but really didn't start messing with hondas until 73. More importantly bikes built by dunstall were re-vinned as such. My 72 dunstall norton says dunstall on the headstock although the numbers are still the norton's vin.
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    If I was looking for a 250 I think that I would put my money on a cb72. A nice stock cb72.

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    If I was looking for a 250 I think that I would put my money on a cb72. A nice stock cb72.

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    quote:Originally posted by Hoofhearted

    I have a little trouble believing Dunstall would stick a hot water handle on the rear sets. Plus equal trouble believing Dunstall made cafes that small.
    That faucet handle makes the whole exercise stupid.

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