Honda Trail 90


Ted Cavagnuro of St. Louis, Missouri, is an avid deer hunter. “Last sea­son my brother and I hauled in six deer on our trail 90’s,” Ted told us. “They performed effortlessly. We wouldn’t think of going hunting without them.” Matchless performance. That’s the reason sportsmen the world over prefer Honda, the biggest-selling trail machine in the business. For further information write American II onda Motor Co., Inc., Department FQ, 100 West Alondra, Gardena, California.

Engine: OHV, single-cylinder, air-cooled, 4-stroke
Gear Ratio: 46 to 1 (specifically designed trail and road gearing)
Climbing Ability: 50° slope or more
Gasoline Capacity: 1.7 gallon total – 0.4 gallon reserve
Load Capacity: 450 lbs
Brakes: Dual-control front, foot-control rear
Shock Absorbers: Hydraulicaily dampened front and rear
Tires: Rugged “knobby” type for extra traction
Frame: “Step-through” design for easy mounting
Clutch: Automatic multiplate wet type
Muffler: USDA Forest Service-approved spark arrester

Source: FFA National Future Farmer
Issue: 134
Page: 39
Date: April – May 1965

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