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This 2004 Honda CB50R Dream is a limited-edition, factory-built replica of the 1962 Honda RC110 racer which is powered by a 4-stroke 50cc DOHC single with a 6-speed transmission. The bike was acquired seven years ago by the seller from its original selling dealer, and is claimed to have been used as a static display from new. This CB50R is sold with an owner’s manual, stock tank decals, factory tools and carburetor jets, and a clean California title in the seller’s name.
Just 440 Dreams were built as a tribute to Honda’s first 50cc race bike, with each weighing 156 pounds and available only in silver. Features include a 1.6-gallon fuel tank, clip-on handlebars, a race seat, and a number plate fairing. This example wears removable decals from original dealer Sierra Motor Sports, but a set of factory Honda wing decals are also included.
The front end features Showa suspension, an aluminum fender, and a single hydraulic disc brake. Wire-spoke 18″ wheels wear Bridgestone Battleaxe tires.
The sole instrument is an 18k-rpm tachometer, and no odometer is provided. The bike must be bump started, as no electric starter or kickstarter are fitted. The seller claims that it has been started twice but not ridden since his purchase.
The 50cc 4-stroke single features race-spec piston, cams, and valve springs as well as a 20mm carburetor. The engine was rated at seven horsepower, reportedly enough to propel the bike to 70 mph when revved to nearly 14,000 rpm. An aluminum oil catch tank is fitted, and a lightweight generator eliminates the need for a battery.