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This 1986 Honda CT110 reportedly has just 25 miles and was acquired by the seller approximately one year ago. Only half a mile has been added during his ownership, and this bike is said to be original down to the factory tires, spark plug, paint, and all fittings. Powered by a 4-stroke 105cc air-cooled single paired to a dual-range 4-speed transmission, this Honda is now being offered in unrestored condition with a clean Massachusetts title in the seller’s name.
This bike was originally purchased from Sport Shack Honda in Berlin, New Hampshire with the original dealer tag still attached as highlighted in the photo gallery below. The seller states that it comes from the final year of production for the US.
All of the factory paint remains with flaws including some fading, corrosion, pitting on the chrome, and a scrape on the front fender that has rusted. The seat, trim, fittings, factory tags, and mentioned flaws are all detailed in the photo gallery.
The original date-coded tires are reported to be rotten and will need replacement if the next owner desires to ride the bike. The lighting, horn, speedometer, and turn signals are said to function properly.
The odometer shows 25.5 total miles. The seller states that in his one year of ownership he has added only half of a mile.
The 4-stroke 105cc single-cylinder includes CDI ignition and has been left stock down to the original spark plug. It is mated to a dual-range 4-speed manual transmission. Approximately six months ago fuel was added, a new battery was installed, and the engine oil was changed.
The factory data tag is pictured above and shows the model year.