1987 Honda Cub 90
Reg. no. E352 PDW
Frame no. Unknown
Engine no. Unknown
Following the success of the Honda C50 Cub, the company introduced a larger displacement machine in the form of the C200. The new model featured an ohv engine displacing 86.7cc and it was produced until 1966 when it was replaced by the ohc CM90 which benefited from a 3cc increase in capacity and a 1bhp power increase. The C90 remained a common sight on British roads until well into the 1990s. In Asian markets, including Japan, the Cub is still available with revised styling and fuel injection but remaining true to the original concept, combining economy with convenience.
This machine forms part of a large collection and as such has been off the road for some years. It will require fully recommissioning following a period of storage.
This and over 90 other classic cars and motorcycles will be offered for auction on June 17th at Allington, near Chippenham, Wiltshire SN14 6LJ
Fully illustrated catalogue at richardedmondsauctions.com
I'm selling her with lots of regret because I had an accident ,& can no longer ride her.I'm the only owner from new. The trailer is complete with all the camping gear inside including a tent (Kyham).....
This example of the ever popular 80's Honda classic is in excellent condition. It has spent all its life in the Southern Hemisphere and therefor is in 'rust free' condition. The bike will be supplied.....
Honda 550/4 blue (St No 511)
Registered 01/01/1975 overseas, Reg in UK 12/08/2009
Keepers 2 (inc current)
MOT 12 months on purchase
Condition: In VERY nice original condition,.....