Honda CB77 in Movies
Picture from www.vjmc.org Isn't that the Honda wing logo on the fuel tank ? Definately a Honda. looks like a Honda 175cc, circa 1971 Honda CB77 305 Superhawk, dirait-on... http://au.geocities.com/jimr_52/cb77motor.jpg pour voir le moteur de près... This is much earlier than 1971. The CB350 replaced the CB77 in 1968. With its instruments in the headlight it is quite early - maybe 1966. I will find out more.
Check out this link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Honda_CB77 it even mentions Al Pacino in Serpico. Production dates 1961-7.
Cette "Honda CP 77" était déjà listée avant l'arrivée des images, cette page fait donc peut-être doublon avec une autre... Semble correspondre en tous points à la moto d'Elvis. Je me demande si ce n'est pas plutôt CB77. Pour la cylindrée 305 ou 350? C'est bien la moto du film Il n'y a que celle là dans le film la fiche fait effectivement double emploi Could someone please translate for me? I said that the page was there before that pictures were added, so I asked if it was a duplicate Bref said that it was Elvis' bike but that it was CB77 rather than CP77 Francisharley confirmed.
Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
Motorbikes overlooked earlier. Free choice! Black/chrome is a Honda CB77, white fairing = BMW, Red should be a BSA but I'm not sure.
Can you recognize the blue one?
Un soir... par hasard
Rare and interesting image of a CB in France before the arrival of Honda France, in 1964. Bikes were imported by Psalty, well known parisian garage. Very low sales level, with around 60 sold in 1961, 120 in 1962 and 250 in 1963. CB72 or CB77 Belle trouvaille!
Deux autres vues de la Honda :
HONDA CB77 1962 Honda CB72 (250cc) I can't make out if the tank badge says "250" (CB72) or "300" (CB 77). Both models were (virtually) identical except that the 305's motor had a 6mm larger bore. I believe the CB72 was sold until 1966 and the CB77 until 1967 (in the US), both essentially unchanged visually. Since this movie was shot in the US, it's more likely a CB77 as few CB72's were sold in that market. NOS (New Old Stock - $90. for only ONE on eBay!!!)
Kung Fu Killers
Black bike with the hooded head light fairing. Green sedan above is an Australian Ford Falcon [XY] and Mercedes-Benz is listed here /vehicle_212778-Mercedes-Benz-Unknown.html
The bike has a non-standard hump-backed seat but I think it is a Honda CB77 from 1966-7. There are plenty of similar ones on google images.
The Rockford Files
The tank is off a Honda CB72 or 77, most of the rest probably matches although the front mudguard came of something else, as did the dirt bike handlebars. Harley (Aermacchi) SX350 behind it.
Kenju zankoku monogatari
It is a police version of the Honda Dream twin - CB77 or similar. Just need to find the exact designation. Possibly 1964 Honda CYP77. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Honda_CB77 Although this one doesn't appear to have all of the police gear so maybe it is just a regular CB77 painted white.
I believe can be civilian, as they crashed it a bit.
- CB 77