Wednesday, November 11, 2009
Buck has acquired Honda CA95 Benly touring. Benly-便利 means "convenient", "useful" in Japanese. The Honda CA95 was built on the same frame as the CB92, but was fitted with the larger 150cc engine and had sheet metal configured in what was to become identified as has the Honda Dream style. Of course, collectors of the very early, pre-export Honda will recognize the Dream name from some of Honda's first machines, but to most of the world the Dream is synonymous with a dual seat, full valance fenders and an upright seating posture. The CA95 was a smooth riding quite and rather tame machine perfectly suited for trouble-free riding, dependability, and economy. CA95 is also known as a baby Dream.
I was gonna take picture of it with Buck on it but he had to take off to charge the battery for it so used Mitch instead.