1973 Honda ST90

In Japan, Less than 5k, Small Displacement by Mathieu Guyot-SionnestLeave a Comment

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Post Sale Update: This ST90 sold for a best offer of $1,400 on eBay.

After the huge success of the Monkey in the US, Honda decided to release a slightly bigger version of their baby-bike, the CT70. The CT, also called Dax in other countries, is a mini dirt bike that was used both for leisure in American families as well as a working bike for a few countryside jobs. While the CT was considered as a trail bike, the ST90 (released in 1973) was marketed more as a “Sport Trail”.

The ST basically uses the same design as the CT, with that long tank looking like a Dachshund (dog) muzzle, from which comes the name “Dax”. With 14″ wheels, the ST was sometimes considered as a bigger version of the CT, a feeling that was reinforced by the bigger engine. The 4-stroke single cylinder motor was coupled with a semi-auto gearbox. To get more information about the ST90, consult cmsnl.

The ST90 (VIN: 11022025) featured here is in decent condition showing just under 3k miles. The bike is claimed to be working perfectly and starting at the first kick. It received new plug wires, new battery and fuel lines, but the left side of the drivetrain (especially the chain and rear sprocket) could use a cleaning.

Find this ST90 in New London, Wisconsin with a BIN of $1,530 or best offer

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