So, as is my idiot, geek-boy want, I went off to glean more info on this mysterious great grandbaby of all the Flying Wing's teeniest range of mini rides, as it transpires, I was aware of the model by physical and styling reality but had zero idea that it was designated as a Z50M, I'd always just assumed that it was the earliest of the Z50A's . . . . turns out it's a wee bit like the first of the Honda fours, I think it was specifically labelled 'CB750' then from the next model they became KI, K2, K3 and onwards to K176 or whatever . . . . yeah, it's all useless trivia to some but to me it's the anal level of detail that excites me and constantly drives me off on spontaneous chasing of educational wild geese, Chris, a big thanks for the info buddy, muchly appreciated.
***** This little history lesson composed by 'KartRacer695' shows a brilliant pictorial history of Mr Honda's beautiful baby bike, the little 4 stroke that led many to a lifetime love affair with all things motorcycling . . . . even though I was never lucky enough to own one, countless hours spent flogging the living shit out of Tony Simic's was a life changing experience . . . . you meet the weirdest people on a Honda !!!!