The 1982 Honda Motra CT50 is a minibike designed for heavy-duty recreational use. Honda only produced it for one year, between 1982-83, and it was solely marketed for the Japanese domestic market. Due to this, it was never imported to the USA.
Honda's original plan was to sell 45,000 models a year, according to Silodrome. The first year of sales hit a lower figure, eventually causing Honda to stop production.
There's a variety of unique features to the minibike, which can be seen below by the Museum's Chief Engineer Sparky.