1967 Honda S65
Frame no. S65YA038206
Engine no. C200E-107755
For riders not quite ready to move up to the mighty Honda S90 and its 65-mph top speed, there was the similarly styled or maybe even a little more jaunty-looking S65, which topped out at a more reasonable 55 mph. In either case the S stood for Sport, for even though both bikes used the same basic four-stroke engine as Honda's utilitarian step-through Cub models, here we had pressed-steel frames straddled by a chrome-sided gas tank, plus a for-real hand-operated clutch lever, just like real motorcycles. Which is just what the S65 was only smaller and capable of 150 mpg.
This machine is offered for parts or restoration.