c.1975 Honda 49cc Amigo II Moped
Registration no. PWR 321P
Frame no. PF50-A27657
Having conquered the world during the 1960s by producing millions of 'step-thru' mopeds based on it original C100 Super Cub of 1958, Honda greatly expanded its range of this type of machine during the 1970s, offering a bewildering variety of models catering for every taste. Previously firm believers in four-stroke engine technology, the company at last turned to the cheaper two-stroke for its moped range, commencing with the PF50M Amigo II - the first Amigo was a four-stroke - a simple to use, 'twist-'n-go' model with single gear and an automatic clutch, which looked a lot like a Mobylette. Last taxed to 30th September 1998, this example displays a total of only 1,777 miles on the odometer and will require re-commissioning before returning to the road. There are no documents with this Lot, which is offered without reserve.