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1972 Hodaka Ace 100 on 2040-motos

YearYear:1972 MileageMileage:2 ColorColor: Red

Cameron, Wisconsin, United States

Cameron, Wisconsin, United States
1972 Hodaka Ace 100, image 1

Hodaka Ace 100 photos

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Hodaka Ace 100 tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):100 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty

Hodaka Ace 100 description

1972 Hodaka Ace 100
Very nice bike overall. Starts easily and runs well. Odometer shows 2146 miles.
Frame number - A-64101
Build Date - OCT 1971

This bike is in nice original condition. Starts with a couple kicks when cold and one kick when warm.  Chrome on the tank is good but not perfect. Has a couple of small pits on the top but you have to look for them. Emblems are in good shape. Inside of tank is a little rusty but nothing serious. Chrome on the wheels is quite good. Paint on the exhaust is dull and there is a little surface rust. Frame has a little surface rust here and there. Battery is old and dead. Lights work when running. Tires are old but not showing much for cracks. Seat is good. Front fender has a small kink on the side near the mount.
I do have a title for this bike.

This is a fun little bike to ride.

Here is a quick startup video of the bike-

If you want to see high-res pics just let me know and I can email them. If you want pics of other areas of the bike not shown I am happy to get some for you.

Buyer is responsible for shipping. Will assist with loading and can be available for pickup most any time. Motorcycle is sold as is. Motorcycle is sold with no warranty.

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