1973 Honda CL200 Scrambler

Candy Riviera Blue Honda CL200 Scrambler Picture

Candy Riviera Blue Honda CL200 Scrambler Picture

This is a picture of my 1973 Honda CL200 Scramble that I bought, started to restore and have continued to work on. 1973 was the only year that the Honda CL200 Scrambler motorcycle was produced.

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The company only offered one paint color which was called Candy Riviera Blue that you see on the side covers that have a yellow and white "CL200" side cover emblem and the fuel tank which was accented with white stripes.



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Thanks for sharing your picture of your Candy Riviera Blue 1973 Honda CL200 Scrambler, Mike! For our visitors who may have some questions about this unique, vintage Honda motorcycle here are a few facts or specs.



The exhaust system of the Scrambler, as you can see from Mike's picture, is mounted over the gearbox with both exhaust pipes mounted on the left side of the bike.

The 1973 Honda CL200 Scrambler came with a 198cc ohc parallel twin cylinder 4-stroke engine and a 5 speed transmission.

Thanks for sharing your motorcycle pictures of this cool, vintage Honda and I hope that you'll subscribe to GoGoCycles Used Motorcycles for Sale's blog in case somebody posts some used parts or accessories you need to finish out your 1973 Honda Scrambler's restoration although it looks like you're pretty much have things under control.

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Challenge
by: Anonymous

So "Actually 74", I will give your mindless jawing about something you apparently know nothing or very little about a chance if you can put some actual documentation on here that perhaps is misguiding you. Good luck

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1973
by: Anonymous

So then how do you explain the 73 on the VIN plate that says "date of manufacture above 1973"?

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Verdict???
by: Kris73

So apparently their is some confusion about what year this bike was manufactured.
All of the research as well an the vin plate clearly have Date of manufacture above 1973 is what mine says. Anyone else care to shed some light on this matter

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Advice for the beginer
by: krishacker73

I have one of these bikes that I picked up over 20 years ago complete minus very few parts IE: turn signals and 1 side cover I believe? The bike seems to have good compression and rolls freely in neutral, on air that has been in the tires since the bike was parked. The owner prior to me has painted the tank black.
I was thinking of restoring the bike, but perhaps boring out the motor to give it a little more pep. Is it better to restore these bikes to original since they are so rare? or Are they really not that big a deal?
Thanks for any advice...
krishacker73 at hotmail.com

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fun bike
by: Anonymous

I own the same exact bike. I'm looking for the side covers. Does anyone have any idea where I can find them? thanks. luvmysubaru2@yahoo.com

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Actually 1974
by: Anonymous

Honda only made the CL200 in 1974. Frame/engine vin: CL200-10000001~.

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