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* Spark Plug: NGK [[NGK C7HSA|C7HSA]]
 
* Spark Plug: NGK [[NGK C7HSA|C7HSA]]
  
==1960-62 Honda C102==
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==1960-67 Honda C102==
 
[[Image:honda_C102.jpg|left|thumb|Honda C102]][[Image:honda_C102_1.jpg|left|thumb|Honda C102]]
 
[[Image:honda_C102.jpg|left|thumb|Honda C102]][[Image:honda_C102_1.jpg|left|thumb|Honda C102]]
 
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This was ther electric-start version of the C100.
  
  
  
* Available four colors: Scarlet Red with White; White; Blue with White; and Black with White
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* Available in the same colours as the C100, depending on country of sale.
 
* Engine: 49cc OHV single cylinder
 
* Engine: 49cc OHV single cylinder
 
* Transmission: 3-speed with an automatic clutch
 
* Transmission: 3-speed with an automatic clutch

Revision as of 11:55, 14 January 2009

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1958-67 C100

Honda Super Cub
1959 Honda C100
1959 Honda C100


The C100 was the original Honda Super Cub, launched in 1958 in Japan, then in the USA and Europe.

  • Available originally only in blue with pale blue plastic parts, and later in various colours for the world's different markets.. Many small details were changed in the first couple of years of production, but the final visible change was the adoption of larger tail lights in late 1962.
  • The words "Cub" and "Super Cub" logos appear on the front cowl and seat base emblem in some countries, others havig 'Honda 50' badges.
  • The tail light was flush mounted
  • Engine: 49cc OHV single cylinder
  • Transmission: 3-speed with an automatic clutch
  • Starter: only a kick starter
  • Single or dual seat depending on country of sale.
  • Spark Plug: NGK C7HSA

1962-70 Honda CA100


  • Available four colors: Scarlet Red with White; White; Blue with White; and Black with White.
  • Engine: 49cc OHV single cylinder
  • Transmission: 3-speed with an automatic clutch
  • Starter: only by a kick starter
  • The logo on the front cowl and the base of the seat says, "Honda 50"
  • It also has a larger tail light mounting bracket than the early model.
  • Spark Plug: NGK C7HSA

1960-67 Honda C102

Honda C102
Honda C102


This was ther electric-start version of the C100.


  • Available in the same colours as the C100, depending on country of sale.
  • Engine: 49cc OHV single cylinder
  • Transmission: 3-speed with an automatic clutch
  • Starter: unlike the similar C100, it had an electric starter.
  • Spark Plug: NGK C7HSA