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1969 Honda CT70 Minibike

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1969 Honda CT70 Minibike

Highest Bid: $4,900 (USD) by: TopFlight

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Chassis/VIN:

CT70-124220

Location:

Tempe, Arizona

Odometer:

2 (Mi)

Lot Number:

10177489

Engine:

72cc Single Cylinder

Seller:

Dealer

Transmission:

Automatic

Carfax:

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Highest Bid: $4,900 (USD) by: TopFlight

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Chassis/VIN:

CT70-124220

Location:

Tempe, Arizona

Odometer:

2 (Mi)

Lot Number:

10177489

Engine:

72cc Single Cylinder

Seller:

Dealer

Transmission:

Automatic

Carfax:

TITLE/VIN CHECK  

Confirmed

 

If a bid is placed within the last two minutes of an auction, an additional two minutes is added to ensure all bidders have a fair chance to bid. Bid carefully. The highest winning bidder will enter into a legally binding purchase contract.

Vehicle Story

This 1969 Honda CT70 Trail is an early production model and was recently the recipient of a comprehensive restoration utilizing a mix of new and new old stock components. Power is sent to the rear wheel by a 72cc one-cylinder 4-stroke engine and shifting is accomplished semi-automatically through a 3-speed transmission. Features include folding handlebars, drum brakes, and front and rear suspension. Located in Tempe, Arizona, this CT70 is offered by the selling dealer with a Bill of Sale.

Candy Ruby Red finish covers the hollow T-bone style frame with white accents, a black stripe, and chromed fenders, engine, handlebars, and shocks. A blemish in the paint located on the front fork is noted in the photos. 

New old stock and refurbished original parts were used in the restoration process including the 2-piece silver wheels and drum brakes front and rear. Dual shocks are fitted on both ends to dampen the inverted fork front and swingarm rear suspension. 

A fresh black seat cushion has been installed over the battery and 2.5-liter fuel tank compartment as part of the restoration process and appears to retain its protective plastic covering from the manufacturer. 

Chrome handlebars are foldable by way of a twist-lock mechanism and feature levers for cable-operated controls, a 50-mph speedometer with integrated shift points, and a 5-digit odometer showing 2 miles of use. 

Power is delivered to the rear wheels by a 72cc single-cylinder 4-stroke engine mated to a semi-automatic 3-speed transmission and chain drive system. The engine is finished in chrome and fueled by a Keihin carburetor with a matching chrome high-mount exhaust pipe with heat shield.

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Comments & Questions

July 23, 2021
04:13 PM

@ALS – I am not sure about the speedo. That is how it came when I bought the bike. It was restored and I do not have any extra/original parts. ...

Thank you!

July 23, 2021
11:50 AM
ALS
Seller

@corndog8 – Just an observation, The new speedo has 4 shift points. This is a 3 speed auto clutch? If so, incorrect speedo. Like to know before I bid. ...

I am not sure about the speedo. That is how it came when I bought the bike. It was restored and I do not have any extra/original parts.

July 22, 2021
09:42 PM

Also do you have the original parts that were removed? Black Handlebar knobs, Speedo, seat frame and such. Thanks.

July 22, 2021
09:38 PM

Just an observation, The new speedo has 4 shift points. This is a 3 speed auto clutch? If so, incorrect speedo. Like to know before I bid.

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