Honda C110

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fun to ride, fun to own and fun to give (or receive) – that’s the thrifty Honda “50″. It’s the perfect Christmas gift for him, for her, or for the whole family to enjoy! There’s never been anything like the Honda – a light, lively, graceful vehicle that delights your eye, your love of fun and your sense of thrift. It’s easier and safer to ride than a bike, breezes along at a whisper-quiet 45 mph and gets up to 225 miles per gallon!  There are 4 versatile models of  the Honda “50″, all with Honda’s precision-built OHV 4-cycle engine. One comes with a push­button electric starter. Three models, including the agile Trail “50″, come with automatic clutch and 3-speed transmission. The rugged, sporty Mark 110 model (pictured above) comes with hand-operated clutch, ram-injection carburetor, high-compression head and 4-speed transmission. And all “50″s come at a price that fits your Christmas budget! No wonder the Honda is the most talked-about, most wanted, most useful and most enjoyable traveling companion in America today. And no wonder that during this past year more than one million smart people have taken to two-wheel travel-to work, market, school and outdoor fun-on the Honda “50″! For your nearest Honda dealer, call Western Union by number, ask for OPERATOR 25.

WIN A FREE HONDA “50”! Ten HONDA “50”s will be given as prizes in a drawing to be held Dec. 21, 1962. Nothing to buy, nothing to write, just register at your nearest HONDA dealer and complete and mail official entry card. All entries must be postmarked no later than Dec. 15. Winners will be drawn from all sections of the U.S., so anyone can win! If you win and have purchased a HONDA “50” between Nov. 1 and Dec. 15, 1962, your full purchase price will be refunded. Register now! This sweepstakes contest void in Florida, New Jersey, Wisconsin and wherever prohibited, taxed or restricted. Contest open to anyone 16 years of age or older living in the Continental United States, Alaska and Hawaii except employees and immediate families of American Honda Motor Co.( its dealers, its advertising agencies and the Reuben H. Donnelley Corp.

Source: FFA National Future Farmer
Issue: 112
Page: 39
Date: December – January 1963

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