Honda Trail 70 CT70 Seat Recover & Muffler Repair

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38 thoughts on “Honda Trail 70 CT70 Seat Recover & Muffler Repair

  1. That's not a bad little bike. about seven years ago i paid 1300 for three 1971's They are the gold color all three have titles and sequential serial numbers.

  2. $725 isn't bad at all. The Cushman scooter show at Portland IN draws all kinds, and these are very popular. Yours would bring more than the seven and a quarter. Our campground doesn't allow these, that's why we have a golf cart.

  3. I thought you would show us how you ride it lol . I bet that grandson of yours will be riding wheelies up and down the driveway before long .

  4. It's always something interesting with you Jonathan, no matter the project. Tip : don't. sit so far back on the seat next time you crack the throttle wide open. Like to see the video of it though. ha.

  5. My brother had a Honda CT 90 that ended up being my first motorcycle it had high and low range in low you had to be careful about the throttle great job with the seat cover how many miles are on it?

  6. Jonathan .
    Show us the bike running with you or someone on it kinda give us a bitt of show what it runs like before hand of the finished product

  7. not much you can do?? . . . electroplating is not too difficult, and works wonders. Plenty of "how to" videos on that.

  8. The seat and exhaust turned out really nice. Those two little things made all the difference. Yeah, I thought $750 was a premium, but you got what you wanted and it's worth it to you. Besides that, who knows if it won't be worth $1500 someday,, right? :>) Thanks JW.

  9. forgot all about those , I remember having a couple of them as a kid ,   u got me to looking on e bay holy cow some r going for 3000  to 7000   ,  so I guess u got good deal id say

  10. Good job sir I wish I could have seen you ride in it LOL it probably would have been like when they used to teach bears to ride those little mini bikes except it would have been Carolina Sasquatch

  11. JW, Really came together good. Neat job switching out the "partial exhaust". Just goes to show the value in accumulating parts. rgrds, walt

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