1982 Honda MOTOCOMPO Direct Import from Japan VIN: AB12-1004738 New tires! Video: https://youtu.be/4HbbBjfyOec The handlebars, seat, and foot-pegs fold into the scooter's rectangular plastic body to present a clean, box-shaped package of 1185 mm L × 240 mm W x 540 mm H Weight: 45kg Engine: AB12E 49cc air cooled, two-stroke single. 2.5hp@5000rpm 0.38nm@4500rpm Tire Size: 2.50-8-4. AUCTION GRADE 4!! Everything working 100%. New tires and tubes. New air filter. New spark plug. Carburetor has new gasket set OEM. Tank has no rust inside and plastic OEM and in great shape. The Honda Motocompo was introduced in 1981 with the purpose of being able to be folded up and carried inside the trunks of subcompact vehicles. It was offered alongside vehicles such as the Honda City II and Honda Today. The folding handle bars and seat design allowed for storage with a minimal footprint until you reached your destination, where it could then be used for transportation in areas that might not be ideal for a car. A 49cc two-stroke engine powers this 99lb scooter allowing for top speeds around 30 mph and a fuel range of approximately 80 miles. It’s perfect for use around town or a weekend at the boardwalk. Although conveniently packaged and fun to ride, these have also become popular with collectors since less than 54,000 were produced. This 1982 Motocompo starts on the first kick and runs very well. The plastics are original and in good shape with no major cracks. A few light blemishes are present which can be expected with a 36 year old vehicle. The power output feels appropriate and all parts are present. "You meet the nicest people on a Honda" WA residents Price+Tax+Registration+Negotiable Documentary service fee of $150 may be added to the final price.
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