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1970 Honda Other on 2040-motos

US $2,995.00
YearYear:1970 MileageMileage:500 ColorColor: Blue

Georgetown, Texas, United States

Georgetown, Texas, United States
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Honda Other tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):50 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Honda Other description

This Honda Z50 Mini Trail was under the Christmas tree for me when I was a little kid and since I'm 47 I suppose it's time to pass it on to someone who has a child that will get some enjoyment riding it. This bike is in amazing condition considering its age. It has NEVER been are seeing the exact parts that were on it when I got it long long ago (with the exception of the battery and the air filter of course). I cleaned the carburetor, changed the oil, and lubed the chain recently, this bike fires up right away every time and runs just like it always has....excellent!

I see another bike like this currently listed and the seller mentions that it's not often you find these bikes in original, non-restored condition that look like this.

Everything works on this....headlight (high and low beam), taillight/brake light, photos show the lights in working order.

As previously described, this bike has NOT been restored so it has signs of use such as extremely minor dings in gas tank from the handlebar knobs and one lower one on right side of tank (notorious on these bikes), one side of the gas cap inner flange broke away (no, not in the tank) but I still use the original gas cap without issue. The left handlebar headlight cable sheath has been pinched by lowering the handlebars but is still operational, so no need to replace (perhaps wrap in electrical tape). The connectors for the battery have been replaced to fit the installed battery, but can easily be swapped back to original style for stock type battery. The rubber strap that holds the battery in place deteriorated so I stole one of my daughter's hair bands to secure does a great job, but you might want to spend the $10 to get an original replacement (I've seen them listed on Ebay).

Most importantly, I take great pride in providing accurate descriptions and phots of the item(s) that I am selling so the buyer feels confident in their purchase. Please ask any questions that you may have.

Thank you for looking and good luck.

I will provide Bill of Sale for purchase as vehicles with engine size under 50cc aren't titled in Texas.

Shipping is within the continental United States only and buyer is responsible for all shipping fees.

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