Doing all the everyday things you have to do can be a drag. But there’s no law that says tending your property (mending fences, herding livestock, etc.) can’t be fun. That’s where Honda comes in. Our work-and-play machines will actually make you invent new jobs to do. Our sporty three-wheeler is the 1978 ATC 90. It goes nearly everywhere… through mud, sand, creek beds, hardpacked snow; in fact, just about anything mother nature can throw in your way. Power’s supplied by Honda’s super rugged four-stroke OHC engine, a powerplant with over 15 years experience and refinement. Huge low-pressure knobby tires provide excellent traction. Then, there’s the unreal 1978 Honda Odyssey! It looks like something out of a neat science fiction film, which gives you some idea of its engineering sophistication. The engine is Honda’s 248cc two-stroke with Salsbury automatic clutch and torque converter. Steering and controls are in one unit, an aircraft-type steering yoke. Four-point padded roll bars arc removable for easy transporting. Altogether, an incredibly well thought out vehicle… for work and play. Honda and work just naturally go together. Ask a friend who’s got one. Then, make it on down to your Honda dealer’s!
Source: Field and Stream
Date: April 1978
2 comments on “Honda ATC90 and Honda Odyssey”
Dacht alles wel te kennen van Honda, maar deze Honda Odyssey is echt vet cool
Lekker effe mee door over het strand scheuren! Ik zie het wel zitten! 😀