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The Honda P50(in some markets known as the "P25") was produced during the years 1967 and 1968. The model earned its place in history as being the last motor-wheel moped design produced by Honda (and probably by any other manufacturer).

It features a stepthrough frame made from steel pressings,leading link front suspension, plastic fenders and chaingaurd. The fuel tank was located above the rear fender, and the distinguishing feature of the design was that the 50cc Single Overhead Cam engine was located at the extreme lower left rear of the frame, all of the driveline components being housed within the hub of the rear wheel.

The model was superseded by the PC50, a moped of far more conventional design.

  • Spark Plug: NGK C7HA

1968 P50A

1968 Honda P50A in Red
1968 Honda P50A in Red
1968 Honda P50A in Red
1968 Honda P50A in Red
1968 Honda P50A in Red
1968 Honda P50A in Red
1968 Honda P50A in Red



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