Interest is rising in Honda’s CL series of motorcycles. The CL360 appeared in the late 60s and lasted until 1975, when a final run of candy orange bikes came off the production line. Buyers got a parallel twin OHC motor mated to a six speed ‘box: it was effectively a regular road bike with a raised rear fender, bracing across the handlebar, and high-mount mufflers to create a ‘scrambler’ look. In standard form, this was a sweet-looking bike. But the sleek and sexy bike shown above, showcased on the Do The Ton forum, shows the CL360’s terrific potential to become a lightweight cafe racer.