Rare in the US – 1964 Honda CZ100

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Post-Listing Update: Despite bidding up to $12,600.01, this CZ100 did not meet reserve.

Honda’s first monkey bike was the Z100 – this CZ100 was its’ replacement. This is one of the later models, as it’s equipped with a red tank. It’s got such a distinctive look, but the CZ100 was never imported to the US for Americans to enjoy. Here’s your chance to bring one across the pond so you can look like a circus bear riding a bicycle.

Honda CZ100 - Right Rear

This bike got the same engine and fuel tank from the Cub, as well as an engine that earned the nickname of the “Iron”. It produced 4.4 horsepower at 9,500 rpm. For more on the CZ100, head on over to this forum dedicated to the bike, run by Richard’s Relics.

This example (VIN: S001425) has 1,177 miles and is claimed to be in very original shape. The seller has had the bike since 1997 and he’s barely ridden it during that time. He says he cleaned the carb and rode it down the street a couple of times, hitting a top speed of 27 miles per hour.

Find this Honda CZ100 for sale in Tyler, Texas with bidding up to $8,500 and the reserve not yet met

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