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. The pressed steel frame that helped launch Honda’s reputation. In the early 1960s, Dreams were available in a 150cc version and a 305cc model. The engine was a very successful overhead cam design that was shared by the Honda CB-77 Super hawk and CL77 Scrambler, albeit the last two had twin carburetors while the Dream had only one. This one appears to be an older restoration. Later metal badges are fitted as well as an accessory rack. The case covers appear to be bead blasted. 4,400 miles indicated.