c.1970 Honda SS125
Registration no. PBF 24J
Frame no. SS125A-110990
Engine no. SS125AE-111015
Introduced in 1967, the SS125 was one of a host of closely related quarter-litre twins offered by Honda in the late 1960s, all of which used the same single-overhead-camshaft engine in varying states of tune. With a maximum power output of 13bhp at 10,500rpm and weighing a featherweight 216lbs, the SS125 was a typical Japanese 'giant killer' more than capable of embarrassing the average British 250. Produced from mid-1967 to the end of 1970, it is one of the rarer classic Honda 125s and thus eminently collectible. This pristine example has covered only 111 miles since full restoration and is presented in commensurately excellent condition and running order. Last taxed for the road in 2000, the machine is offered with Swansea V5 registration document. Prospective purchasers should be aware that should an exported motorcycle come with a V5 or V5C they will have to apply to the DVLA to have the original registration number reallocated.
- We've been unable to read the frame number on this machine.