1962 Honda Super Cub C100

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It’s hard to overstate how important the C100 was. When Honda first entered the US motorcycle market in 1959, the entire US motorcycle market was approximately 50,000 units a year. By December of 1962, Honda was selling over 40,000 units/year by themselves. The C100 changed what motorcycling meant in America, and that was even before Honda released the famous “You meet the nicest people on a Honda” marketing campaign in 1963!

This example (VIN: C100-R091387, Engine #: C100E-367268) has just 790 miles and everything is said to work. The seller notes a non-original seat cover, dent in the muffler, cracks in the leg shield, and a missing washer. For a 58 year-old, that ain’t too bad!

Find this Super Cub for sale in Great Falls, Montana with bidding up to $1,631 and the reserve not yet met here on eBay.

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