Hi, everyone. I am starting this thread because I just purchased a 1984 Honda Aero NH125 scooter, and there didn't seem to be any other place catering to these rare, old 2-stroke bikes. As you may or may not know, Honda only imported them into the North American market for one year, and then dropped them in favor of the Elite. The first time I ever saw one was when my daughter brought a gold one home last summer; she let me take it for a spin around the block and I fell in love with it immediately. It fit my 5' 4" height perfectly and it has that low center of gravity that made it feel really stable while being zippy and fun to ride. I was determined to get one for myself, but only then realized how relatively rare they are. But after a short time, my bf was able to locate a red one (they only came in two colors that year: red and gold) on CL located not too far from our house — so the next day we went in our Montero to go pick it up. How do you like it so far? Here's the dash. Love that retro 80's vibe!!!! Here she is all wrapped up in the Montero, headed to the beloved DMV for VIN verification. The scooter was licensed with Washington plates and had a problematic pink slip (but that's another story) and so the People's Republic of California had to make certain that nothing was amiss. What we do for love! In the following weeks I'll be updating this thread as I iron out some of the mechanical problems that naturally come with adopting a 30 year old bike. These include mounting new tires, fixing a rough idle on the carb, and de-uglifying the torn seat. I'd love any input from you fellow inmates, particularly owners of Aeros or similar bikes of the same era. I'll be in the garage.