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1969 Honda CL70 Scrambler 70

The Honda CL70 "Scrambler 70"

for 1969 followed the pattern for all Scramblers: slightly raised handlebars, exhaust pipe upswept just above the crankcase and relatively horizontal. This model was sold in 1969 and was available in two colors: Candy Red with silver and Candy Blue with silver. The frame and swingarm were painted the candy color; but the headlight bucket was silver and so was the fuel tank. The badge was stamped into the tank and a rubber knee patch was attached to the rear sides of the tank. The speedometer was housed in the headlight bucket. The upper fork covers (i.e., fork ears) were chrome. The engine was an OHC single cylinder displacing 72cc. It had a 4-speed transmission and manual clutch. The engine serial number began CL70-100002.

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Clymer Honda : 50-110cc OHC Singles 1965-1999
1970 Honda CL70K1 Scrambler 70

The Honda CL70K1 "Scrambler 70"

for 1970 was similar to the previous year. Two colors were available: Candy Sapphire Blue with Silver Metallic and Candy Topaz Orange with Silver Metallic. Again the frame and swingarm were painted the candy color; but so was the headlight bucket. The fuel tank was silver with stripes colored the same as the frame. The tank emblem/badge was replaced with a decal. There was no knee patch attached to the rear sides of the tank. The speedometer was separate from the headlight bucket. The upper fork covers (i.e., fork ears) were chrome. The shock springs were covered. The engine was an OHC single cylinder displacing 72cc. It had a 4-speed transmission and manual clutch. The engine serial number began CL70-200002.

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1971 Honda CL70K2 Scrambler 70

The Honda CL70K2 "Scrambler 70"

for 1971 was similar to the previous year. Three colors were available: Candy Sapphire Blue with Silver Metallic, Candy Topaz Orange with Silver Metallic, and Candy Red with Silver Metallic. The frame, swingarm, headlight bucket, upper fork covers, and tank stripes were painted the candy color. The fuel tank was silver with stripes colored the same as the frame. The speedometer was separate from the headlight bucket. The shock springs were covered. The engine was an OHC single cylinder displacing 72cc. It had a 4-speed transmission and manual clutch. The engine serial number began CL70-300002.

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1972-73 Honda CL70K3 Scrambler 70

The Honda CL70K3 "Scrambler 70"

for 1972 and 1973 was similar to the 1971 model. Two colors were available: Candy Sapphire Blue with Special Silver Metallic and Candy Ruby Red with Special Silver Metallic. The frame and swingarm were painted the candy color. The fuel tank was silver with black and red pinstripes. The headlight bucket was black and the upper fork covers were chrome. The speedometer was separate from the headlight bucket. The shock springs were covered. The exhaust pipe was angled a little higher this year and had a black heat shield. The engine was an OHC single cylinder displacing 72cc. It had a 4-speed transmission and manual clutch. The engine serial number began CL70-1300001.
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Clymer Honda : 50-110cc OHC Singles 1965-1999