Almost two years after Honda brought its Dream series to the U.S., it released the Super Hawk. This was more of a style of motorcycle frame. It shared the same engine as the Dream did but was fitted with twin carburetors. As with the CA95, they wanted to have a smaller bike to fill a niche; hence the CB-160. In Japan, they were released as a 125 or CB93. The U.S. got the larger displacement model. Even today, these are sought-after for the American Historic Motorcycle Racing Association’s “poverty racer class.” and the higher demand has made them even more rare. These are considered excellent entry level bikes. This unit has the correct mufflers, the correct plastic badges, and a good seat. Side covers have some scratches. 6,297 miles indicated.