1972 Honda Super Cub 100cc, $850

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1972 Honda Super Cub 100cc, $850

Post by AverageJoe » Sun Apr 02, 2017 4:42 pm

Hello everyone,

I'm selling my classic 1972 Super Cub 50 with a 100cc conversion which has been fully restored from the ground up. So much has been done to the bike it's hard to list it all, but the summary is that it was rebuilt 90% with Japanese parts and 10% aftermarket stuff like the light covers and lenses. The bore up kit is from Taiwan, but the important parts like the cylinder head, transmission, carburetor etc are "original" as they say here. The bike is very reliable, has been ridden to Kampot back and forth with no trouble and has no problems, and I would do it again in a heartbeat...if my arse could take it.

Anyway, pictures speak for themselves.

Fully taxed and registered in Cambodia.

Any questions, my email is <adam8sera @ g m a i l . com> I have over 100 pictures of the bike being restored.


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Re: 1972 Honda Super Cub 100cc, $850

Post by frank lee bent » Sun Apr 02, 2017 5:22 pm

a real great classic model
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Re: 1972 Honda Super Cub 100cc, $850

Post by AverageJoe » Mon Apr 03, 2017 10:33 am

Also open to trading for a decent automatic or possibly a fixer upper big bike, something tall like an AX1 or SL230, running or not.
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Re: 1972 Honda Super Cub 100cc, $850

Post by AverageJoe » Sat Apr 08, 2017 12:34 pm

Price now $795 still open to trades for an automatic
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Re: 1972 Honda Super Cub 100cc, $850

Post by AverageJoe » Sat Apr 15, 2017 7:37 pm

Price now $750.

However, if you have a decent Today Fi or Zoomer 50, I'll trade straight up. I think my toe is broken and it hurts to shift, so I really want a small automatic.
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Re: 1972 Honda Super Cub 100cc, $850

Post by AverageJoe » Thu Apr 27, 2017 11:07 am

Trade offer no longer open.

Price $695
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Re: 1972 Honda Super Cub 100cc, $850

Post by AverageJoe » Fri Apr 28, 2017 1:30 pm

Just realised if you're worried about fixing or servicing the bike don't be. It has been completely updated to the new electronics and ignition system so any shop here can fix it. It's not a 6 volt or a points ignition system it's the new 12 volt CDI electronic system. Brakes tyres wheels shocks etc are all also updated as well so no worries on keeping it running.
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Re: 1972 Honda Super Cub 100cc, $850

Post by AverageJoe » Fri Apr 28, 2017 6:15 pm

ALso to clarify I have the registration card and it matches the motor number frame number plate number colour etc. There are no legal issues to riding this bike anywhere. I went out of my way to make sure all the paperwork was in order.
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Re: 1972 Honda Super Cub 100cc, $850

Post by AverageJoe » Thu May 04, 2017 11:30 am

Okay, $500.

Final price drop, fixed price.
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Re: 1972 Honda Super Cub 100cc, $850

Post by AverageJoe » Sun May 14, 2017 3:39 pm

Last call? Still $500. Open to trading for a decent bicycle towards the price.

I'm moving away in 2 weeks (30/5) so this has to be gone by then.
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