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Up for sale is my 1975 CB360. It only has 4,000ish miles on the clock. Upgrades include: clubman bars, Mikuni VM32 carbs, custom tail (xs650 tank cut and welded to the original seat pan for easy battery access), new front master cylinder, steel braided front brake lines, custom tail light, custom seat, new Bridgestone tires, and probably a few other things that I'm missing. The tail has rattle can paint but matched the original tank pretty closely.

The bike fires right up via the kick starter(the estart is currently disconnected but works fine, just the button is jammed) and runs great. Most if not all of the stock parts are included. Off the top of my head I'd got both fenders (in perfect shape), turn signals, stock tail light, and a few other items that all go with the bike. I don't have a stock seat and the side covers are in pieces. They vibrated to pieces are the first couple of rides I took it on.

There are some scratches here and there but for a 35 year old motorcycle it is great shape! Let me know if you have any questions. Test rides are fine as long as you bring along full asking price in cash to act as a damage deposit. $1250. Clear TN title in my name. The bike is located in Knoxville, TN.

For pics check out my Craigslist ad:
http://knoxville.craigslist.org/mcy/2098194626.html

Email me at: [email protected] if you have any questions.
 

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at least the price is in line

how i it running with those carbs?
 

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I think it is a fair price for a great little bike. If I wasn't riding my DRZ400sm so much I wouldn't sell it.

I've had a few tire kickers but no takers yet. Here is a little more info on what I did with the carbs:

http://ryancarden.com/?p=319

I think I still have the stock carbs somewhere but the vacuum diaphragm is ripped on one of them. They'll go along with the bike as well.
 

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I think it is a fair price for a great little bike. If I wasn't riding my DRZ400sm so much I wouldn't sell it.

I've had a few tire kickers but no takers yet. Here is a little more info on what I did with the carbs:

http://ryancarden.com/?p=319

I think I still have the stock carbs somewhere but the vacuum diaphragm is ripped on one of them. They'll go along with the bike as well.
 

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Also I made the tail myself (with some welding help from a buddy) including the seat cover so its unlike anything else out there. All you would need to covert it back to stock is a original seatpan/seat. I've got all the other parts still.
 

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Also I made the tail myself (with some welding help from a buddy) including the seat cover so its unlike anything else out there. All you would need to covert it back to stock is a original seatpan/seat. I've got all the other parts still.
 

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Ryan,

I looked at your website--is there any more written info on the seat swap you did on the C100? The tank you put on the bike does not look like a c100 tank, too square on the front.

Just curious, I have a few of those bikes.

Jack
 

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Ryan,

I looked at your website--is there any more written info on the seat swap you did on the C100? The tank you put on the bike does not look like a c100 tank, too square on the front.

Just curious, I have a few of those bikes.

Jack
 

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I believe I used a CT200 (a CT200 is a mid 60s CT90 in case you're unfamiliar with them) tank for the c100 swap. Although it looks cool in hindsight it raises the riding position a bit too much for my liking. There is a lot more room for fuel though!
 
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