Honda Book

I just got the Haynes Honda book I purchased off eBay.  This is going to work great to help me adjust the valves and maybe timing chain, and what ever else I need to do.

Seat Pan ordered

As you can see, I am in need of a new seat pan.  I have been looking the whole time I have had the bike ebay, Google.  I found a post to make my own seat pan out of fiberglass, probably cost $50 for materials, then time, and the tools to do it cost more.  I found one seat pan on ebay, but it sold for $120, more then I paid for the bike.  So I have been searching a lot.  I found one in Australia, fiberglass, but with shipping it would cost about $85.  I would like to keep it OEM if I can even though the colors are not.  I finally found one on ebay, I’ll show you soon what I am going to do to the cover.

The seat pan was falling apart as I disassembled it.

Pinstripes and Decals

Just added pinstripes and the tank decals.

6-pack and bars

Just added the matte black 6-pack rack and ape hanger handle bars, it’s coming along.

a whole lot of TLC

Lance also hooked me up with Pegs, which I have never seen before.

It is all coming together, slowly.


After much time and research – ebay, three wheeler club(s), forums, and Google searches.  I found some sources that have been good to me.

I found a guy, Lance, that has a boat load of old vintage parts, pieces, and motors, you name it he has got it.  He sold me the Mags, I didn’t really need them, but for the uniqueness of the bike, I did.  A pretty penny later, tubes, and the money to have him switch the tires over for me, it is coming together.

Project 110 Begins

Disassemble and discover what there is to replace and work with. Needs TLC paint job, thinking of going matte black…

Registration – OUCH!  just as much as I paid for the bike.


Chain, exhaust, carb rebuild, rubber tank mount, pull start handle, tank strap, 6 pack rack, tail light lens, new decals, ape hanger handle bars, mags, tubes, gas line, fix rusting tank and the list goes on…

110 project begins

This is what I am starting with, as you can see there is plenty of rust.  This bike is in much need of TLC.

Moto 110

I acquired this 1980 Honda 110 three wheeler in April 2012 for $100.  I found it on Craigslist from Charlie in Descanso, he said “I just want to get it out of my yard.”

Little did I know how much of a project bike I was really getting.


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