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glfritz Member
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Post by glfritz » Tue Aug 01, 2006 4:50 pm

hello i am new here but i have allways wanted a superhawk or a dream. my brother had a superhawk but the first motorcycle i ever remember was a black dream with a red seat. my moms boss owned it and i remember seeing it when i ws about 7 or 8. well to make a long story short i knew that they had just put that bike in a warehouse and let it sit. the man has since died and the guy cleaning out the warehouse had the bike last night i gave the guy 100.00 for it. 2500 miles original tires the only problem is while it was sitting any part that could be taken off without tools is gone. left blinker tail light lens, sediment bowl,both side panels, and the left lower carb cover a couple of dents in the tank bent and broken frt fender and a broken speedo glass. i have some parts off the superhawk my brother had but i pretty much robbed everything off of that when i was younger.
the engine serial number is c77e 1003248 frame number c781003178. i see on this site that there are alot of ce77# but none listed as just c77 can anybody tell me what year this is im thinking a 66 or 67? and did any black dreams come with red seat covers?
06 kawaski klr 650, 05 honda crf 450, 2 71 jt1 60 mini enduros, 2 honda trail 90s, 71 yamaha r5 350, 71 yamaha ty 250 and a 6? 300 honda dream

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Post by joeweir1 » Tue Aug 01, 2006 7:18 pm

Honda went to seven digit VIN #'s in 1965 so it probably is a 65'.Dealer may have switched the seat with a red one just to give it some color contrast,or it was replaced.Ebay is a good source for the parts you need or some of the fellow restorers on here. Joe

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Post by Hahnda » Tue Aug 01, 2006 9:02 pm

The Dream is a great bike. If you can, post up a few pics

Quite few people are is the process of rebuilding/restoring Dreams right now or have recently completed one. I

just finished up my '64 Dream and took it on a 1225 mile test run in 7 days. I have a whole new respect for these "little" bikes after that trip.

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