Honda rarely manufactured two-stroke engines, moving this right up into the rare Honda category. 1982 was the only year these came to America; they were in Europe/UK from 1979-1983. Technically considered a “Moped” they had all of the accoutrements of a larger motorcycle: speedometer, tachometer, and instrument lights. Their Honda Comstar pressed wheels and the spine back frame made for a light but strong unit. A 7-HP engine and five-speed transmission made for both an urban and suburban runabout. Today these are highly desirable for such events as the True Grit Run or the Small-Bore Festival. This unit is fitted with a luggage rack. There are some scratches in the paint on the front fender. 1,740 miles indicated.