This is a rare opportunity to own an iconic JDM race replica! Made only in 1997 for the Japanese market, the Honda Dream 50 was a 35th anniversary tribute to the 1962 Honda CR110 race bike.
The 1997 Dream 50 is rare, particularly for the U.S. market. Although the similar competition-only Dream 50R was imported into the United States in 2004, the Dream 50 was a Japanese-only, street legal model manufactured with a very short production run.
Also known as the CB50V (or “DOHC Fifty Sport” in Honda’s sales brochure for the bike), Honda’s marketing copy left no doubt that the Dream 50 was intended to be enjoyed and ridden. One excerpt read:
“This is a motorcycle for losing yourself, whether in the riding or in the polishing. Its slim, intrepid styling overflows with beauty born of function. It’s micro-precision mechanisms form the world’s most compact DOHC engine. … The Dream 50 is a machine so rich in taste and quality that it brings all riders’ dreams to life.”
The 49cc four-stroke engine pushed 5.6 horsepower at 10,500 rpm (with a redline of 13,500 rpm) through its five-speed transmission. The bike has a wet weight of 193.6 pounds and a 47-inch wheelbase.
This amazing Honda Dream 50 was imported from Japan and has a Texas title.
Completely serviced with new IRC tires and tubes, a new battery, air filter, oil and filter change, brake fluid, and carburetor cleaning, it rides as good as it looks! Odometer reads only 570 kilometers!
We title all of our JDM imports prior to sale.
Mr.Motocompo can ship anywhere in the continental US.
Price excludes any government fees and tax, title and license fees for TX buyers.