Honda CL350 in Movies

The Honda CL350 is a twin, four-stroke enduro / offroad motorcycle produced between 1968 and 1973.


The engine was a air cooled twin, four-stroke.


The bike has a 5-speed transmission. The final drive was via chain.


The CL350 is fitted with a 9.00 litres (2.38 gallons) fuel tank. The bike weighs just 157.0 kg (346.1 pounds). The wheelbase is 1,320 mm (52.0 inches) long.

 in Vanishing Point
Vanishing Point

Who cares about the Bike?! What's HER name?! She is Gorgeous...No the Bike off course...I am talking about the Girl. Girl is Gilda Texter, and the Bike is a Honda Scrambler 250 wow elle est vraiment libre. you can have the bike, . . . . . gimme the chick. hmm, let's assume she was 24 when the movie was shot in 1971, that would make her 60 years old now in 2007 ;-) Ironically she worked/works as a costume designer for several movies... Indeed: Date 1968 - of the bike that is - Gilda dates from 1946. I think being a US market bike it is more likely to be a 350. There's a bike in this picture? nzcarnerd is correct. That is a U.S. market CL350. The movie was Vanishing Point. Une vue du derrière de... la moto she said she tanned in the nude for this movie except right where her junk is, the actual scene tooh so long to film she got a scabby sun burn on her kiddy... ouch Did the scene really take so long? ..or were the film crew enjoying the view so much they made her re-do it over and over! and I would give this just 2 stars No. Not for the most memorable scene of the whole movie. The motorcycle seat burnt her. in the shitty 97 remake this part was played by sexy Peta Wilson who unfortunately wasn't nude ... 1997 yet again. That sure was the year for car film remakes: The Love Bug, Vanishing Point.... Shitty TV budget remakes to be more precise how about this as replacement for our nude problem ? Looks terrible. I could pixelate it, but I do not know if this one is really a problem or not. If the rules are applied strictly, it is, though. But it starts to remind how magazines are censored in Saudi Arabia...

welcome in the modern PC excessive world

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