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  • Pricing
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    Size does matter. About classics and their prices

    As the new owner of a real C72/C77 project, I've discovered an extra reason why those first really heavy Hondas are so immensely unwanted in collector circles. That falls entirely under the heading of 'size does matter'. Such a friendly baroque sheet steel rocking horse is unbelievably small. The makers probably once reached the length of a More

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    Dream well: Classics and their dream factor

    It has been investigated. Apart from rare outbursts of spontaneous love for classics, our passion is usually formed by 'the motorcycle (or car) of my father/neighbor/uncle, grandfather'. And then there was an age when we were very susceptible to dream engines. Because as a 12-20 year old you had the opportunity to book via the Weekblad More

  • Honda Dream
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    A Honda Dream in the attic

    Of course, the Internet is quite a thing these days. But nothing beats real conversations between real people. Because in such a conversation, with someone you have known for quite some time, you can simply muse: “So for you it all started with a Honda Dream? I'm still wearing something like this More

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    The C72 & C77 Dreams. Honda's Ugly Ducklings

    Honda's real breakthrough in Europe began in 1959 when the first 144 'big' Hondas landed in Hamburg. The now most common C72 and the C77 were already the fifth generation Dreams. The fifth series of the Honda Dream appeared in 1960 and the "regular" models now delivered 20 More