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Honda C110

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Honda C110
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The Honda C110 was a 50cc 4-stroke street motorcycle manufactured by Honda from 1962 through 1969. Although called a "cub" the C110 was not a step-through model like other Honda cubs.

1960-62 Honda C110 Super Sports Cub

1960 Honda C110

  • The fuel tank in front of the saddle
  • Exhaust pipe was raised much in the same way as the scramblers rather than the CB series
  • Color scheme:
    • Tank: white
    • Side covers: white
    • The frame, front forks, and fenders: scarlet red, white, blue, or black
  • Saddle: strapless, one piece, and could hold two people (after all there were rear footpegs)
  • Engine:49cc OHV single cylinder
  • Transmission: 3-speed and a manual clutch
  • Tank badges read: "SPORTS CUB"
  • Serial number began: C110-100001
  • Spark Plug: NGK C7HSA

1962-69 Honda CA110 Sport 50

Honda CA110
1967 Honda C110

  • This is the second generation of this model
  • Side covers: cream color
  • Tank: chrome covers
  • Frame, front forks, and fenders: scarlet red, white, blue, or black
  • Saddle: now had a strap
  • Engine: 49cc OHV single cylinder with a manual clutch
  • Serial number: C110-218191
  • Initial Transmission: 3-speed
  • Later Transmission: 4-speed
  • Tank badges read: "HONDA 50"
  • According to some reports, the serial number began with C110-100001, but probably this series began with C110-200001
  • Spark Plug: NGK C7HSA

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