This 1975 Honda Trail 90 (CT90) Will Amaze You. With Only 375 Original Miles, It Is Museum Quality. Looks Beautiful And Doesn't Miss A Beat. It Is Worthy Of A Museum Home.







Anyone Who Is Familiar With These Amazing Honda Trail 90's Knows They Are Virtually Bulletproof. They Are Perfect For Hunters And Fisherman...For The Back Of The Camper Or RV....Or Just To Run Around And Get Over 100 MPG. Great For Closed Gated Communities.


This Amazing Survivor Even Has All Of The Original Decals From The Factory. The Seat Is Perfect And The Paint Is Glossy With No Fade. Check Out The Wheels....Shiny Chrome.....Perfect.

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For Those Unfamiliar With This Breed Of Honda, It Comes With A 4 Speed Semi-Automatic Split Transmission Which Means You Shift But No Clutch Is Involved. And It Has A Low And High Range For Street Use Or Low For Hill Climbing. Just Push The Shifter With Your Foot When Required. It Really Purrrrrs Likes A Kitten..It Runs So Quietly. Tires Are New And Needless To Say, So Is Everything Else With Only 375 Original Miles. The Only Minor Imperfection Is One Of The Front Fork Rubber Boots Has Split. An Easy Repair And The Part Is Available. Here's A Picture Below Of The Rubber Boot.



This Amazing 1975 Honda Trail 90 (CT90) Even Has An Altitude Adjustment Lever So When You're Really "Up There" Such As Denver Or The Mountains, It Will Still Run Fine.




It Even Has The Optional Luggage Rack And Aux. Gasoline Tank.

















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Rare Find Low Low Miles 😁 
Found 2 today one has 55 miles the other has 77 miles yellow matching pair trying to make deal on them.Will have better pics soon.

1970 ct-90 what a summer. 
Owned my 1st motorcycle a 1970 CT-90 brand new. Drove it over 5000 miles during summer vacation during my 16th yr. Never hit asphalt . Went creek fishing …

You got to have a 90 in your garage Not rated yet
I have had a Honda ct90 ever since they came our in 1965. I currently have five. I rode one for 25 years to work everyday ,unless it snowed. The miles …

ct 90 trade value? Not rated yet
I have a 1973 CT 90 in good condition. Does anyone know what a private trade value might be? Jonathan Bennett 336-479-1155 jonathanmelissa@triad.rr.com …

Lowest miles for a 1974 Trail 90 Not rated yet
mine has 74.8 original miles all original just like yours. An old friend sold it to me he had a heartattack on it so it sat for 25 plus years in Challis …

Childhood memories Not rated yet
Several of the kids in our community had them when we were growing we used them for hunting, riding trails, even remember crossing the Little Red River …

One of a kind Not rated yet
I own a honda ct-90 with 264 original miles on the odometer. This bike has the original tires that look brand new. I have replaced the throttle cable and …

ALASKAN ADVENTURE Not rated yet
Back in 1972 I was working at a Honda shop in LaGrange IL. One of my buddies and I bought new CT90's and did the set up right from the crate. We then spent …

Original owner of 1968 CT90 Not rated yet
Still purrs after my use. My son used it till he went to college and then my daughter used it. I have it now as a grandfather and it still runs strong. …

Sunday Shoes and the MUD Not rated yet
The pasture looked inviting. It was Sunday (after church) the "90 started a if it wanted to get going. I knew the shift had a habit of popping out of …

Zaire (DRC) Peace Corps Not rated yet
I drove one of these bikes in the bush, visiting medical clinics. It was a true off road adventure, and this bike was a delight to handle! I want it …

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