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TOKYO, Japan, December 2, 2004 - Honda Motor Co., Ltd. has announced the release of a special edition of the popular 50cc Monkey leisure bike, featuring the distinctive colors of the CB750F, a bike Freddie Spencer rode to victory at the 1982 AMA Daytona Superbike 100. With a production run of 2,500 units, the new bike will be a special limited edition and available in Japan starting Friday, December 3, 2004.



This special edition Monkey features CB750F colors on various parts of the bike: a striped-silver tank, dauntless black handlebars, muffler, turn signals, and mirrors, and a striking red and black rear suspension. Topped by a special seat with a carbon-like surface, the new Monkey also bears Freddie Spencer’s signature on a tank sticker and the key. The special edition Monkey will provide great riding pleasure and owner satisfaction.







http://world.honda.com/news/2004/2041202.html
 

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And for everyone else, this bike will not be sold in the USA unless someone is importing them through the grey market, and they can't be legally registered in the USA because they do not have a 17 digit VIN.



Unless of course you have the hookup in Japan like someone around these parts... :twisted:



For the Japanese Domestic Market Only just like all the other cool toys. Notice the 4 speed manual clutch motor from the Factory. And genuine Honda! I wish they would bring those motors over here...
 
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