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Honda Z50m 1967 Rare French Model

Sale price: Contract price 
Last update: 22.10.2017
Motorcycle location: Bournemouth, United Kingdom  Bournemouth, United Kingdom

Technical specifications, photos and description:

Start Type:Kick start
Drive Type:Chain
Capacity (cc):Less than 75 cc
Engine Size:50
Vehicle Type:Mini Bike/ Monkey Bike
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Honda Z50m 1967 Rare French Model for sale
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Honda Z50m 1967 Rare French Model for Sale
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This item was found on eBay.co.uk at 22.10.2017
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This is 1967 250M The rare French Model with the larger headlight. My Understanding is there were only 100 of these made.
I purchased it in 2003. The previous owner, racing shop, had undertaken lot of restoration work. All paint work had been redone, but there is run on the tank. Lots of other parts had been replaced.
I have had the seat recovered with the correct NOS tartan cover and completed the wiring.

It runs as it should do. rare and special bike.
Any questions please ask.
Buyer notes
Inspection by arrangement No test rides unless paid in full. Not taxed MOT.
Buyer to collect personally or by transport within 10 days of purchase.
£450 deposit to be paid within days please with the balance in cleared funds on or before collection.
Overseas buyers to contact me first please.

On 16-Oct-17 at 09:38:51 BST, seller added the following information:Please note this bike has low numbers Engine number [hidden information]Frame number [hidden information]
I have had lot of requests for but it now price. Please note am letting the auction run its full course. Thanks

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