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Cub 70

1970-71 Honda C70M

(also called C70MK0 or CM70). Like the early cub, this model did not significantly look any different. Three colors were offered with a white leg guard/cowling: Aquarius blue, Bright red, and Pine green. The fuel tank emblem read "HONDA 70" The seat was long (for two riders) and even had rear passenger footpegs. It had an electric start and the large tail light common to other Hondas of the '70s. The engine was a 72cc OHC single cylinder. It had a 3-speed transmission with an automatic clutch. The serial number began C70M-017962.
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Cub 70

1972-73 Honda C70K1

(also called C70MK1). Like the early cub, this model did not significantly look any different. Two colors were offered with the white leg guard/cowling: Strato Blue Metallic and Poppy Yellow Metallic. The fuel tank emblem read "HONDA 70" The seat was short and had a luggage rack over the rear wheel. It had an electric start and the large tail light common to other Hondas of the '70s. The engine was a 72cc OHC single cylinder. It had a 3-speed transmission with an automatic clutch. The serial number began C70-2000000.
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1980 Cub 70 Passport

1980 Honda C70 Passport

was like the early cub, this model did not significantly look any different. Two colors were offered with the white leg guard/cowling: Parakeet Yellow and Angel Blue. On the yellow bike, the long seat was brown and white; on the blue model the long seat was black and white. A basket and rack were mounted above the front fender and a short luggage rack was mounted behind the seat. A "HONDA C70" logo appeared on the fuel tank. It had a six-volt system like the previous models. The ignition used breaker points. It also had an electric start. The engine was a 72cc OHC single cylinder. It had a 3-speed transmission with an automatic clutch. The serial number began DA01-1000014.
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1981 Cub 70 Passport

1981 Honda C70 Passport

was like the 1980 model with only a few exceptions. The VIN now had the 17 digits which indicated the country (first character), manufacturer (second character), year (10th character), and factory (11th character). (e.g., JH2DA0106BS100003. J=Japan H=Honda B=1981 S=Suzuka factory). Three colors were offered with the white leg guard/cowling: Parakeet Yellow, Angel Blue, and Monza Red. The long seat was black and white. A basket and rack were mounted above the front fender and a short luggage rack was mounted behind the seat. A "PASSPORT" logo appeared on the fuel tank. It had a six-volt system like the previous models. The ignition used breaker points. It also had an electric start. The engine was a 72cc OHC single cylinder. It had a 3-speed transmission with an automatic clutch. The cowling now had another cutout next to the cylinder head. The serial number began JH2DA0106BS100003.
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1982 Cub 70 Passport
1982 Cub 70 Passport

1982 Honda C70 Passport

was like the 1981 model with only a few exceptions. The VIN had the 17 digits which indicated the country, manufacturer, year, and factory. (e.g., JH2DA0107CS200001. J=Japan H=Honda C=1982 S=Suzuka factory). The yellow color was dropped leaving two colors with the white leg guard/cowling: Angel Blue and Monza Red. The long seat was black and white. A basket and rack were mounted above the front fender and a short luggage rack was mounted behind the seat. A "PASSPORT" logo appeared on the fuel tank. It now had a 12-volt system unlike the previous models. The ignition now used a CD ignition instead of breaker points. It also had an electric start. The engine was a 72cc OHC single cylinder. It had a 3-speed transmission with an automatic clutch. The cowling and side cover were redesigned slightly.
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1983 Cub 70 Passport

1983 Honda C70 Passport

was like the 1982 model with only a few exceptions. The VIN had the 17 digits which indicated the country, manufacturer, year, and factory. (e.g., JH2DA0107DS300004. J=Japan H=Honda D= 1983 S=Suzuka factory). Three colors were offered with the white leg guard/cowling: Blue Metallic, Special Silver Metallic, and Monza Red. The long seat was still black and white. A basket and rack were mounted above the front fender and a short luggage rack was mounted behind the seat. The word "HONDA" was on the fuel tank and the word "PASSPORT" was on the side cover. It had a 12-volt system and used a CD ignition. It also had an electric start. The cowling eliminated the cutouts of the previous years and installed pop-in covers in their place. The rear shocks were chromed and were longer. Engine: 72cc, OHC, four-stroke, single cylinder
Starter: Electric
Transmission: Three-speed with automatic clutch
Drive: Fully-enclosed drive chain reduces maintenance
Accessories: Standard front basket and rear carrying rack
Wheelbase: 1181mm (46.5 in.)
Seat height: 760mm (29.9 in.)
Fuel capacity: 4 liter (1.1 gal.)
Dry weight: 82 kg (180.8 lb)

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1984 Cub 70 Passport

1984 Honda C70 Passport

was like the 1982 model with only a few exceptions. The serial number began JH2DA0107ES300004.
Engine: 72cc, OHC, four-stroke, single cylinder
Starter: Electric
Transmission: Three-speed with automatic clutch
Drive: Fully-enclosed drive chain
Accessories: Standard front basket and rear carrying rack
Wheelbase: 1180mm (46.5 in.)
Seat height: 760mm (29.9 in.)
Fuel capacity: 4 liter (1.1 gal.)
Dry weight: 82 kg (180.8 lb)

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