Looking for Honda Cub Parts: c100 c50

I am looking for the following items to help with a restoration project...I am willing to pay shipping.

- Fork Cover (it is where you mount the headlight), Red

- Chain Case (covers up the chain, there are two parts), Red

- Side Covers (stores the batteries and the toolkit), White or Cream

- Front Fender, Red

- Ignition Switch and Keys, 6 wires

- Headlight

- White or Cream Legshield or some people call them Cowels

If you have an interest, please email me.

Thanks!

Re: Looking for Honda Cub Parts: c100 c50

Dave Peterson /

You can find most of the parts you need on Ebay and also try Ohio Cycle. I bought a NOS ignition switch from Ohio Cycle but it was not cheap. You will need to get a parts diagram and use the correct part number.

I did a complete restoration on a 1964 C100

Skipjaz

Re: Looking for Honda Cub Parts: c100 c50

Dave Peterson /

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Re: Looking for Honda Cub Parts: c100 c50

Scads of new or NOS parts here,

http://dratv.stores.yahoo.net/c70passportnew.html

Re: Looking for Honda Cub Parts: c100 c50

Holy Cats! Those look amazing. I like the white fender the on c100. The yellow one is a Trail, not a Cub right?

I am not looking to do anything this expansive, although they are awesome, maybe I should! Thanks for the tip, I plan on being on Moped Army more often now that we are in the full swing of fixing these guys up.

Thanks again!

Vonny

Re: Looking for Honda Cub Parts: c100 c50

I think these are c70s, and while some parts are the same, many are different.

Re: Looking for Honda Cub Parts: c100 c50

I have the plastic fork cover from a '67 CM91 - it's black, and fits leading link forks

I used the headlamp itself for something else, but I might still have the bezel.

Please email me if you want me to dig out the black cover - I got the impression you were looking for particular colors.

- James

Re: Looking for Honda Cub Parts: c100 c50

thanks james, but we are looking for red and white

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