More details coming shortly. From the imagination of Soichiro Honda and his visit to the Isle of Mann in 1954 the CB92 was a manifestation of his belief that he could produce a bike that ouput 100hp per liter. He did this with an amazing little 15hp 124cc overhead cam twin capable of 80+mph and an amazing 10,500rpm redline. Introduced in 1959 and produced until 1962 this bike is one of 288 brought into the US in 1960. Megaphones and downpipes, tach, and racing seat also available all in as new condition. Bill Orazio restoration finished in 2000. ’59 and ’60 model featured the aluminum tank, smaller tail light and alloy front fender (uninstalled mud flap available). Previously displayed at a dealer for many years. Original “Benly” Driver’s Manual and Shop Manual included. A rare opportunity. This is being sold out of the small collection of a regular customer and is on limited offer. It was purchased because it was a twin the bike he rode in college with his future wife riding pillion.Color:
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