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P50

The Honda P50

called "Little Honda" was sold in 1967-68. It was available in two colors: Scarlet Red and Sky Blue. The fenders were Ivory White plastic. The engine, a 49cc OHC single cylinder four-stroke, was mounted to the rear wheel. It had automatic transmission and pedal start. The serial number began P50-100001.
P50
1978 Honda PA50I

Two models of the Honda PA50

Moped were offered in 1978. One was limited to 20 mph (32 kph) and designated with a single letter "I" (e.g., PA50I) and was available in red; the other was limited to 30 mph (48 kph) and designated by a double letter "I" (e.g., PA50II) and was available in yellow. In both models, the fuel tank and shocks were white, but the drive belt cover was gray. There was no battery. The ignition used breaker points. The engine was a two-stoke single cylinder displacing 49cc. The engine was lubricated by pre-mixing the fuel and two-stroke oil. It also had an automatic transmission. The serial number began PA50M-1100001 (for the PA50I) and PA50-1200001 (for the PA50II).
1979 Honda PA50I

Two models of the Honda Moped

were offered in 1979. One was limited to 20 mph (32 kph) and designated with a single letter "I" (e.g., PA50I) and was available in red; the other was limited to 30 mph (48 kph) and designated by a double letter "I" (e.g., PA50II) and was available in yellow. In both models, the fuel tank and shocks were no longer white, but now were colored the same as the body and had black stripes. Also the drive belt cover was black. The seat was longer than in 1978. There was still no battery. The ignition used breaker points. The engine was a two-stoke single cylinder displacing 49cc. The engine was lubricated by pre-mixing the fuel and two-stroke oil. It also had an automatic transmission. The serial number began PA50M-2100001 (for the PA50I) and PA50-2200001 (for the PA50II).
1980 Honda PA50II

In 1980 the 20 mph (32 kph)

model was dropped leaving only the 30 mph (48 kph) model which was designated by a double letter "I" (e.g., PA50II) and was still available in yellow. The fuel tank and shocks were colored the same as the body and had brown stripes. Also the drive belt cover was black. The seat was longer than in 1978. There was still no battery. The ignition used breaker points. The engine was a two-stoke single cylinder displacing 49cc. The engine was lubricated by pre-mixing the fuel and two-stroke oil. It also had an automatic transmission. The serial number began PA50-3200001.
1981 Honda PA50II

In 1981 the PA50II'81

color was finally changed from yellow to Red. The fuel tank stripe was now chrome. A battery was now standard equipment. The ignition replaced the breaker points in favor of a CD ignition. The engine was a two-stoke single cylinder displacing 49cc. The engine was lubricated by pre-mixing the fuel and two-stroke oil. It also had an automatic transmission. The serial number began YC1AB0900BB100001.
1982 Honda PA50II

In 1982 the PA50II'82

color was changed from red to Coral Red. The fuel tank stripe was now orange/red. A battery was now standard equipment. The ignition had a CD ignition. The engine was a two-stoke single cylinder displacing 49cc. The engine was lubricated by pre-mixing the fuel and two-stroke oil. It also had an automatic transmission. The serial number began YC1AB0905CB200001.
1983 Honda PA50II

1983 Honda PA50II

In 1983 the PA50'83

color was changed from Coral Red to Black or White. The fuel tank stripe was now red/silver. A battery was now standard equipment. The ignition had a CD ignition. The engine was a two-stoke single cylinder displacing 49cc. The engine was lubricated by pre-mixing the fuel and two-stroke oil. It also had an automatic transmission.
Engine: 49cc, two-stroke with automatic oil injection system
Ignition: Solid state CD
Transmission: Honda V-matic™
Drive: Fully-enclosed drive system
Suspension: Front and rear suspension
Electricals: Turn signals
Wheelbase: 1064mm (41.9 in.)
Seat height: 780mm (30.7 in.)
Fuel capacity: 3 liter (0.8 gal.)
Dry weight: 54 kg (119.1 lb)
The serial number began YC1AB090XDB300001.
1969 Honda PC50

The Honda PC50 "Little Honda"

was sold from 1969 to 1970. The serial number began PC50-1060413. It came in two available colors: Bright Red and Sky Blue. The fuel tank, front cowl, handlebar grips, and levers were white. The fuel tank stripes were red and blue. The engine was slung under the frame instead of being mounted to the rear wheel. The engine was a 49cc OHC single cylinder four-stroke. It had automatic transmission and pedal start.