1976 Honda PA50 Camino Moped
Registration no. UWT 961R
Frame no. PA50 D0006235
Previously firm believers in four-stroke engine technology, Honda 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, traditional looking, 'twist-'n-go' model with single gear and an automatic clutch. This was followed by the Camino (Hobbit in the USA), which boasted more up-to-date styling and was built at Honda's Belgian factory from 1976 until 1991. This early Camino was acquired by its late owner in 1991 and currently displays a total of 2,391 miles on the odometer. It is not known when it was last used, though the solitary MoT certificate on file expired in July 1990. The machine comes with Swansea V5C document and is offered without reserve.
- Please note this machine is recorded as an Insurance Write Off on the HPI database: VIC PASS: This vehicle has had an identity check carried out by VOSA. The V5 will state "substantially repaired and/or accident damaged: identity checked on 03/12/2003"