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1973 HODAKA 125cc Wombat 94A. Excellent condition ready to ride and enjoy! Title in hand, current street legal CA registration. Mostly original. Looks and runs great. Starts 1st-2nd kick. Engine has new piston with .002 Bore. Tank is a brand new reproduction tank, excellent. All lights work. Bike does not have turn signals. This bike was stored inside for many years...and has 3670 original miles on it. Light cosmetic and mechanical restoration only, as it was in super shape with some patina. It is not a full restore show bike, however it sure looks new from 10 feet, really awesome! A real HEAD TURNER! Plan to get thumbs ups, talk to a lot of people when you take it out!
Engine #H15922 Frame #C19663
Hodaka was a USA/Japan collaboration and helped pioneer the Dual Sport riding with this bike. Information about 1973 Hodaka 94A for sale on this page. See price and photos of the 94A Hodaka Cool history on these. Getting very rare finding one in this condition! Show up to your next Dual Sport ride with this! Neighborhood cruiser...your neighbors will think you are nuts...revving out that 2 stroke and leaving a puff of blue smoke behind.
Shipping: I will facilitate a pick up. The bike is at a private residence in Carlsbad CA 92011. PayPal for $500 deposit at time of winning bid. Balance within a week or so. If PayPal used, please add the 3% fee to be paid by buyer.
For sale locally, and reserve the right to end the auction early.
On Feb-02-19 at 19:04:16 PST, seller added the following information:I also have what I believe are original pair foot pegs! See new pic.
I plan to post a video of it running as soon as I figure out Youtube.
Some vintage motorcycle history trivia...HODAKA was a Japanese and American company manufacturing about
150,000 motorcycles from 1964 to 1978. The distributor of Hodaka was
PABATCO (owned by Shell Oil Co), for
Pacific Basin Trading Company, based in Oregon. PABATCO (the USA Co)
apparently designed and engineered a majority of the models and Hodaka
of Japan built them. I never realized this until recently.On Feb-02-19 at 19:05:50 PST, seller added the following information:"rear passenger foot pegs. The frame has a standard mount for them"
On Feb-02-19 at 23:46:12 PST, seller added the following information:ATF used in crankcase. The research on this seems to be split on the Pros/Cons vs. Oil. Runs great, seems very smooth.