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  • Hodaka Ace 90 Rear Brake Lever & Return Spring (frame# A4246)Hodaka Ace 90 Rear Brake Lever & Return Spring (frame# A4246) (0)
    This part came off of 64-67 Hodaka Ace 90 (frame# A4246). What was left of the bike was abandoned in a field outside of Moab utah for a long time. For condition, please look closely at the pictures as I try to take detailed photos so that you know what you are buying.
    2016-08-17 05:14:03
    South Jordan, Utah, United States
    0
    14.99
  • 1970 hodaka ace 100 front axle (frame# A45441)1970 hodaka ace 100 front axle (frame# A45441) (0)
    This tank came off of a 1970 Hodaka ace 100 (frame# A45441). It has been sitting outside for at least 10 years in the desert near Moab Utah. Please look closely at the pictures for condition.
    2016-08-13 05:05:03
    South Jordan, Utah, United States
    0
    14.99
  • 1970 hodaka ace 100 Front brake plate Hub (frame# A45441)1970 hodaka ace 100 Front brake plate Hub (frame# A45441) (0)
    This tank came off of a 1970 Hodaka ace 100 (frame# A45441). It has been sitting outside for at least 10 years in the desert near Moab Utah. Please look closely at the pictures for condition.
    2016-08-11 05:11:09
    South Jordan, Utah, United States
    0
    34.99
  • 1970 hodaka ace 100 front fender mount bracket1970 hodaka ace 100 front fender mount bracket (0)
    This tank came off of a 1970 Hodaka ace 100 (frame# A45441). It has been sitting outside for at least 10 years in the desert near Moab Utah. Please look closely at the pictures for condition.
    2016-08-11 05:10:19
    South Jordan, Utah, United States
    0
    12.99

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Moto blog

A Different Bike Magazine

Thu, 12 Feb 2009

Motorcycle Retro is a pet project of former Motorcyclist editor Mitch Boehm, launching as Motorcyclist Retro in early 2008 under the Source Interlink media umbrella. It featured a contemporary look at motorcycles of the 1960s through the 1980s. However, the circulation numbers of MR didnít meet the expectations of the media conglomerate, and they cancelled production of the magazine after just two issues.