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This 1975 Honda Trail 90 was reportedly displayed in the showroom at Bob Lanphere’s Beaverton Honda in Oregon from 1999 until its acquisition by the selling dealer earlier this year. The bike is finished in red with a matching engine cover and fenders, and power comes from a four-stroke 89cc single coupled to a dual-range four-speed transmission with an automatic clutch. Additional equipment includes an auxiliary fuel tank, a parcel rack, and 17″ wire wheels. This CT90 is offered by the selling dealer at no reserve with an Oregon title.
The red paint was reportedly touched up under the care of Bob Lanphere’s Beaverton Honda, and the trim and accessories were partially replaced according to the selling dealer. Fading is noted on the plastic center bar cover along with a dent in the front fender.
The CT90 was an off-road variant of the Honda Cub that featured knobby tires and a parcel rack. This example features chrome 17″ wire-spoke wheels and tubed tires. A supplemental fuel tank and helmet lock are mounted on the left side.
The black headlight shell holds a 60-mph speedometer as well as a five-digit odometer showing approximately 2,000 miles. A locking lever on the handlebars allows them to be rotated for storage and transportation. The seller states that the neutral indicator lamp is inoperable and the turn signals do not self-cancel.
The four-stroke 89cc OHC single is paired with a four-speed semi-automatic transmission featuring high and low ranges. Engine and chassis numbers are shown in the gallery below.
A period brochure is included in the sale. A walk-around video is provided below.