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Hello again Bill,
         Can you tell me where to find anything about production numbers and any re-pro or original workshop manuals about my 1870 K3. I have searched the net, forums, clubs and even my local libraries. Thanks for any replies and thanks again for your help with my 1967 CL77.
Best regards,

Terry  (Derbyshire U.K.)

Terry, glad to help out on the CL77 questions... something I know pretty well.   

CB125K3???  Not so much....   gives you an idea of the variations in parts for the different series.  They were kind of a mashup between the CB175 chassis and the CD/CL/SS125A engine, except for the dual carbs, 5 speed gearbox and the mini-CB77 speedo-tach on the early ones.

I think they were primarily Japanese domestic models, with some filtering out to Europe/UK.  We didn't have anything like that here, just the CB175K series  that went for a pretty price...

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Need help with vintage Hondas from the 1960s? I am an expert with 250-305cc bikes in particular and most all of the other pre-91 models, in general. I do NOT claim to have a great deal of experience on Gold Wings, Cruisers, ATC/ATVs and dirt bikes.


I have owned/ridden/maintained Honda motorcycles for 35 years. I have written five books on Honda repairs and collecting. I was a service manager for two Honda shops back in the 1980s.

VJMC (Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club) of North America

VJMC newsletter, as editor for two years and as contributing editor currently.

3 years auto shop in high school, teacher's aide in Automotive Technology in Jr. College, Diesel mechanic course in college, self-taught mechanic and automotive writer.

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