Having commenced motorcycle production in 1946, it was not until 1958 that Soichiro Honda released his ubiquitous 49cc Cub model. A development of the Cub and Super Cub, the C200 was introduced in 1963 with an enlarged 87cc engine and four speed gearbox. It was faster and sportier-looking than its predecessors, looking more like a conventional motorcycle than the earlier step-thrus. This C200 was acquired by the vendor's late husband in 2002. It has not been run, or used on the road in the present ownership, only being taken to occasional shows, and will therefore require re-commissioning and safety checks before returning to the road with a new owner. Documentation consists of a current V5C document and old MoT certificate.