Selling a 1968 Honda CL350 for parts?

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Selling a 1968 Honda CL350 for parts?

Josebaum7
I bought a 1968 Honda CL350 three summers ago and planned to restore it by the end of the summer but was only able to dismantle it fully before I had to move and no longer had space or funds to restore it. Currently, I have some free time on my hands but not enough to put it all back together, mainly because the majority of the parts need replacing and I do not have the funds to do so.

My question is, would it be wise to sell the collection of dismantled parts? At this point I just want to get rid of it but I have no experience in selling parts. Is this common? Or would I need to put the motor back together first?
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Selling parts is TOUGH! You might be able to sell the head, cylinders, and a titled frame but the rest of the parts might end up sitting in boxes for years while you try to sell them. I would suggest that you just try to sell the whole thing to someone wanting a project.
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