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This 1984 Honda Trail 110 was recently acquired by the seller as part of a trio of similar bikes, and shows 95 miles on its odometer. The bike is powered by a 105cc four-stroke single mated to a four-speed semi-automatic transmission with dual-range gearing. Service under the seller’s ownership included a carburetor rebuild, fuel tank cleaning, and oil change as well as as replacement of the battery, fuel lines, and air filter. This Trail 110 is offered at no reserve with a clean Washington State title.
The frame and side covers are finished in Monza Red with factory-style decals. Features include a center stand, crash bars, a skid plate, and a parcel rack. The fuel tank holds 1.5 gallons, and an auxiliary .6-gallon fuel can is mounted to the left side.
Chrome wire-spoke 17″ wheels wear factory-style tires. The foot peg rubbers are worn, and scuffs are visible on the engine case.
Instrumentation consists of a single 60-mph speedometer that contains indicator lights for neutral, high beams, and turn signals. The five-digit odometer shows 95 miles, of which only two have been added by the seller.
The 105cc SOHC four-stroke single produced 7.5 horsepower when new and is paired with a dual-range transmission which allows for four lower gears to aid in uphill climbs. The carburetor was recently rebuilt, an oil change performed, and the fuel tank cleaned along with installation of a new Interstate battery, fuel lines, and air filter.
The chassis tag shows the year of manufacture as well as the VIN, which is also stamped on the frame as shown in the gallery below.