One of Many – 1962 Honda C110

In Japan, Less than 5k, Small Displacement by Tom WackerLeave a Comment

Before there was a CBX or a CBR or CB anything from Honda, there was the C. We are all familiar with the C50 Super Cub, the step through 50cc bike that changed motorcycling forever in the very early 1960’s, but the C110 is considered the same platform and as such is one of the more than 60 million units that Honda has sold world wide. In continuous production since 1958 it is the most sold vehicle in the history of the planet.

Honda C1100 - Left Side

The C110 featured sporty looks and a 50cc air cooled single cylinder 4 stroke engine that produced 4.5 HP. A three speed transmission and chain drive put the top speed near 50 MPH. A pressed steel frame, room for two, electric or kick start and effective range of better than 200 miles per tank drove it’s popularity way up.

This C110 Super Sports Cub is a little raggedy and the clock shows 11,797 miles. It carries a Buy It Now price of $1,050 in Anaheim, California