Japan’s first scooter was built in 1946 by Fuji. Called the Rabbit S-1, it was released six months before Vespa’s first model. The Rabbit was the name given to Fuji’s scooter lineup, and it ranged from the top-of-the-line Superflow down to the S-202 which was later introduced as an entry-level offering for those who just needed cheap transportation.
The S-202 was also called the Rabbit 90, which should give you a hint about the displacement of the motor – a two-stroke single paired with a 3-speed manual.
This example is claimed to be offered by the original owner, and it’s got roughly 2,000 miles. The seller says that he “just took it for a 50 mile drive with the original Japanese helmet pictured. Lots of fun…and fast!”
Find this Rabbit for sale in Mountain Center, California with bidding up to $2,000 and the reserve already met here on eBay.