One of the most successful derivatives of the original Honda Cub step-thru was the CT90, introduced in 1967, which was a big seller in the wide-open spaces of North America and Australia. Essentially a trail version of the C90 step-thru, the CT90 dispensed with the former's plastic apron and featured a sump 'bash plate', high-level exhaust, cut-down mudguards, knobbly tyres, large rear luggage rack and twin crash bars running from headstock to gearbox. The standard three-speed gearbox with automatic-clutch was augmented by a 2:1 step-down transmission offering three additional low ratios for use in difficult terrain. Currently displaying a total of 2,852 miles on the odometer (believed since restoration), this CT90 would benefit from detailing and re-commissioning before returning to road. There are no documents with this Lot, which is sold strictly as viewed.