The name Dream and Honda are almost synonymous. It is no secret that Yoshiro Honda admired the pressed steel frames that the Germans had used in early BMWs and NSUs. He applied this technology in his motorcycle line in the '50s. In the early '60s, Dreams were available in a 150cc version and a 305cc model. The CA95 was the 150 or, as some referred to it, the Baby Dream. The engine was a very successful overhead cam design that was used in the similar CB-92. This unit still has its original grey cables, original exhaust, and a nice original seat. It is also fitted with the rarely seen side stand. The odometer shows 6,797 miles.