This 1971 Honda CT70 K0 was purchased as a frame, swingarm, and forks only. A CT70 K0 engine case and tranny were mated up with a stroker crank, high volume oil pump, race head and cam, heavy duty clutch, new tranny bearings, SL70 mechanical advance flywheel and stator, 20mm carb and intake, and larger piston to make 108cc's of torquey fun. The wheels were completely rebuilt, using new Honda seals and bearings, new slotted brake shoes, new and replated OEM hardware, new sprockets and chain, original wheel halves blasted and painted with Honda cloud silver paint, new tubes and tires. New heavy duty rear shocks, a new reproduction seat and cables, Honda OEM brake levers, grips, repop chrome magneto cover and chrome headlight bucket with speedo finish out the chassis. A new OEM Honda keyswitch, new reproduction wire harness, rectifier, points, NGK spark plug and cap, condenser, new Yuasa battery from Honda, and the OEM battery rubber strap and cover were used to restore the electrical system. All the rubber grommets on the handlebars and frame were replaced with OEM Honda parts. The front forks were dismantled, cleaned and repacked with new seals and boots. The original Stanley tail light unit was rebuilt with new Honda OEM lens, seal, grommets, and bulb. Front steering bearings and throttle were cleaned and repacked. The muffler is an OEM Honda-Krizman unit and guards purchased complete and new ten years ago, but with less than 50 miles on it, and in perfect shape. An ST70 repop chrome side grab handle and heel-toe shifter were also added to the bike. With the heavy duty clutch springs, the heel shifter makes it a lot easier The footpeg assembly was completely rebuilt with new hardware and powder-coated. A new set of buddy pegs were put on the swingarm. Even though there are some noticable scrapes and scuffs on the original chrome and paint, the decision was made to buff out the frame and chrome and use some new frame decals in front. Since this is not to a straight-up restoration, but rather a resto-mod meant to be ridden, the worn original finishes take the worry out of scratching it. The steps taken to finish the bike to this level were done so that if a future owner wants to take it to the next level with paint and chrome, everything was done correctly mechanically to compliment the build. The heavy duty rear shocks and extra power make this a bike an adult can have fun on. Offered for sale at twenty-five hundred dollars US, inquire at email@example.com.