No Reserve: 1971 Honda CT70H

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This 1971 Honda CT70 HKO is powered by a 72cc four-stroke single paired with an optional four-speed manual transmission, and is said to have been refurbished in Candy Emerald Green. The work was reportedly conducted circa 2017 by a specialist in the Midwest, and the bike was subsequently acquired by its previous owner in 2018 and traded to the selling dealer in October 2019. This Trail 70 shows 21 miles on a reset odometer and is offered at no reserve with a clean Arizona title.

No Reserve: 1971 Honda CT70H

The Trail 70 featured a hollow single-piece “T-bone” frame, and this example was reportedly repainted in its current Candy Emerald Green with facotry-style decals and information labels during the refurbishment. Folding twist-lock handlebars feature back-dated metal brake and clutch levers.

No Reserve: 1971 Honda CT70H

The seat is upholstered in black vinyl with Honda lettering on the back. Two-piece wheels are mounted with 4.00-10 Bridgestone Trail Wing tires.

No Reserve: 1971 Honda CT70H

A single housing contains the headlight and the factory Nippon-Seiki speedometer, which shows 21 miles on its reset odometer. Total mileage is unknown.

No Reserve: 1971 Honda CT70H

The 72cc four-stroke single features a polished intake and hardware as well as a chromed exhaust pipe and heat shield. A two-gallon fuel tank is mounted in the frame beneath the seat.

No Reserve: 1971 Honda CT70H

The bike is equipped with an optional four-speed manual transmission, which utilizes a lever-operated cable clutch and turns the rear wheel via a chain drive. Additional close-up pictures of the powertrain, suspension, and warning labels can be seen in the gallery. A video from the seller can be viewed below.

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