1962 Honda 240 Port Cub

In Japan, Small Displacement by AbhiLeave a Comment

The Honda Cub is fairly ubiquitous, but this variant is hard to find nowadays. Built for just a couple of years, it was designed to be cheaper and thus have a wider market appeal than the Super Cub. It had a slightly different pressed steel step thru frame and the plastic leg shield was removed.

The 49cc engine produced about 2.5 horsepower and the bike weighed 119 pounds – if you waited long enough you could hit ~30 miles per hour. Honda keeps one in the “Honda Collection Hall.”

This example is said to have new tires/tubes and a muffler, and the carb has been rebuilt. Find this Honda for sale in Canada (I know that’s vague!) with an unmet opening bid of $1,701 here on eBay.