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This 1981 Honda CM200T Twinstar was sold new by St. John’s Honda and shows just over 1,000 miles. The original owner reportedly passed away shortly after buying the bike, and it was subsequently stored in his widow’s basement through acquisition by the selling dealer in 2019. The bike is finished in Candy Bourgogne Red and powered by a 194cc two-cylinder engine paired with a 4-speed transmission. The bike is offered by the selling dealer at no reserve with the factory tool roll, owner’s manual, and a clean Oregon title.
The tank and side panels are finished in Candy Bourgogne Red contrasted by a black steel frame and chrome trim. A chip is pictured the left side of the fuel tank above the Honda badge, and close-up photos are provided of the finish, striping, badging, and underside of the fuel filler cover.
The bike retains factory 17″ front and 16″ rear chrome spoked wire wheels fitted with Bridgestone Mag.Mopus tires, with an S701 at the rear and an L301 at the front. Cadmium plating is shown on the spoke nipples, and the wheel rim stampings are pictured in the gallery below.
Instrumentation consists of an 85-mph speedometer in the left-hand housing, with three indicator lights in the right-hand housing. The break-in maintenance sticker is intact on the speedometer face, and just over 1,000 miles are shown on the 5-digit odometer.
The 194cc two-cylinder engine was rated at 16 horsepower when new, and is paired with a 4-speed transmission and chain drive.
The factory tool kit, tool pouch, owner’s manual, and manual pouch are pictured above. A walk-around and ride video is viewable below.