No Reserve: 1986 Honda Trail CT-110

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This 1986 Honda Trail CT-110 was purchased new in 1988 by the seller, who has added 415 miles to the small motorcycle while driving around the Westlake Village area of Southern California. Powered by a 105cc single cylinder 4-stroke engine that’s paired to a 4-speed semi-automatic transmission, the CT-110 has been serviced by the seller over the years and recently received an oil change. This example was part of the final year of production for the US market, and is now being offered with a clean California title in the seller’s name. The Monza Red paint wears Honda decals. A small side-mounted fuel tank reminiscent of a canteen holds just under one and a half gallons, and fuel consumption was rated at 140 mpg at 31 mph. The license plate shows it was last registered in California in 1990. The 105cc horizontally-mounted 4-stroke engine is an air-cooled single cylinder unit that features CDI ignition. The motor is paired to a 4-speed semi-automatic transmission that utilizes a centrifugal clutch. A dual-range subtransmission is activated by a foot lever that allows riders to select high and low ranges for different types of terrain. The simple electronics on the CT-110 are said to operate as they should and include a speedometer with high and low range shift points, lights, indicators, and horn. The 415 miles indicated on the odometer are considered accurate by the seller.

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