A variant of the Super Cub (the best-selling motor vehicle of all time), the Honda C70 Passport was a simple step-through motorcycle that brought two-wheeled joy to millions of riders. It was sold under different names in the US and UK as the former already had a Piper Super Cub airplane and the latter already had the Triumph Super Cub motorcycle.
The Super Cub originally started as a 50 in 1960, and it grew to a 70 (actually 72cc) in 1970. The Passport name debuted in the US in 1980, by which point Honda was claiming 6.4 horsepower from the air-cooled single that was partnered with a 3-speed automatic transmission. The 1981 model utilized points ignition and a 6V electrical system.
The seller of this example (VIN: JH2DA0101BS111264) acquired it in San Francisco and used it as a commuter for about 15 years.
The odometer shows 12,993 miles.
This Passport just received a carb clean, fuel tank clean, and new battery. It runs well and the kick starter works great, however the electric start does not work. The seller is aging out of motorcycling and is letting go of his collection.
The seller has misplaced the title – our White Glove service can help the next owner with the title. We also have a registration renewal notice which shows that the registration expired in September of 2020.
Crack in the white bodywork.
Paint on left side of handlebar.
General wear on finishes.
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Santa Monica, California
Continental US: Haul Bikes will ship anything sold through Iconic for $660 in the Continental US, and Iconic will handle the paperwork on your behalf. You do not need to crate your bike or drain the gas/disconnect the battery if you go with Haul Bikes. We are glad to work with the shipper of your choice as well, but you will have to arrange it.
spares/extras will have to be shipped separately via FedEx or similar.
the fee includes $15,000 of insurance with a $500 deductible. Additional insurance can be purchased at a cost of $50 per additional $5,000 of value.