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1968 Honda Ct90 Trail 90 Vintage Time Capsule! on 2040motos

US $295.00
YearYear:1968 MileageMileage:5679 ColorColor: Yellow
Location:

Onsted, Michigan, US

Onsted, Michigan, US
1968 Honda CT90  Trail 90  Vintage Time Capsule!, US $295.00, image 1

Honda CT photos

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Honda CT tech info

TypeType:Dual-Purpose Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):90 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller VINVIN:CT90

Honda CT description

                                                                                1968 Honda CT90 Trail 90

For Sale is my 1968 Honda CT90 Trail 90 in "Summer Yellow", from my collection.  This is the first year for the CT90. I have owned this bike for a long time.  It has been parked in the pole barn and is missing some parts like the carb, points cover, battery cover, etc..   I can't tell if the motor is stuck from sitting becasue the kick starter lever needs to be tightend on the spline.  No time to work on it.  Selling as is.  You'll get a clear title if that helps.  Ser. No. CT90-155921   PAY PAL ONLY!!!!!  PAYMENT DUE WHEN YOU CLICK THE BUY IT NOW!!!!   BE READY.  HAVE THE MONEY PLEASE.

 MUST PAY WHEN YOU CLICK THE BUY IT NOW.  PAY PAL ONLY!!!PLEASE NOTE:  SHIPPING IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE BUYER AND THE BUYER MUST PAY FOR THEIR OWN SHIPPING.  I AM HAPPY TO HELP LOAD THE BIKE.  I CAN KEEP IT HERE FOR YOU INDOORS UNTIL YOU ARRANGE SHIPPING.  THANKS.  TOM

40 year old bike.  sold as is where is.  no guarantees either implied or direct. 

 

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