1968 Honda 90 Scooter attached 1948 Coca-Cola Cooler. Business Opportunity For Sale

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Description 1968 Honda 90 Scooter attached 1948 Coca-Cola Cooler. Business Opportunity

Custom engineered and fabricated in Phoenix, Arizona. I am the second owner of the Coca-Cola sidecar Scooter and from what I was told by the previous owner, I am the third owner of the Honda scooter itself. The scooter has approximately 1350 original miles and is in original unrestored, great condition with no issues, runs strong and is Honda dependable. I have enjoyed and owned this less than one year. It is located at my residence in Ventura County, California near the beach. I also own a 1962 VW bus (not for sale) and my original business intention was to do scenic scooter rides along the coastline where I live and pull the trailer with my Volkswagen. 

This auction includes the 1968 scooter with identical modified 1968 scooter (3rd wheel) attached to 1948 Westinghouse original Coca-Cola cooler that has been gutted, cooler has been professionally painted and detailed to its beautiful shiny red. There are crash bumpers mounted both front and rear. Under the white leather embroidered seat of the cooler houses the electrical components and the rechargeable 6 volt and 12 volt batteries. The trailer is a tilt trailer and detailed with two winches (electrical and mechanical) trailer spare tire, it has permanent Arizona registration. The scooter itself registration expired May 2017 from Arizona. I have the Arizona title, I just never got around to registering it in my home state of California. I'm sure the registration is inexpensive as it's a 1968 90cc scooter. I am including a matching helmet size large, a diorama of the Coke Scooter and other miscellaneous Coke items that go with the scooter. There is also a top 4 sided marquee sign that mounts on top of the roof. There are absolutely no issues with Coke scooter, trailer or anything. This can be an easy turn key business. I have just decided to focus on a boat business and that's why I am selling. 

The scooter has plenty of lighting, oozing with curb appeal and everyone is always wanting to take pictures and go for a ride. There is an onboard sound system with amplifier and authentic vintage drive-in-movie theater speaker, the music is loud and clear, the onboard mounted Garmin has a music playlist and of course GPS to map your way, there is an onboard cooler mounted where I allowed riders to help themselves to a refreshing Coke beverage (I used frozen reusable ice blocks to keep cooler contents cold), there is a tip jar, mounted scooter third wheel seat opens up for a hidden trash/recyclable area. I think top speed is around 35 MPH, I had it up to on flat ground. This thing is just plain cool. No leaking oil, tires are in great shape and are heavy duty, extra shocks were designed into suspension, front of the scooter is the two original lids off of the 1948 Westinghouse cooler. 

There is so much potential of this, it's endless. The original owner used it years ago at the Super Bowl in Phoenix, Arizona. He told me his profits were substantial. I just never got a chance to put this into my business plan. Now it could be your opportunity to either enjoy for pleasure or ?????

When you step on the brake on the left driver pedal it simultaneously activates the brakes on the third wheel scooter, this thing stops as it should. All lights work, trailer is wired properly for lights and towing and uses 1" and 7/8's ball. 

I will not assist the buyer at all with shipping. You want this? You come and get it! I drove from the beach of California to Phoenix, Arizona to get it. If you want to arrange for shipping that's fine but I won't assist. Local pickup is best. This is a speciality item and I'm not in a hurry to sell. This is stored always in my garage and presents beautifully with shiny chrome and waxed paint. There is so much detail, this Coke scooter is not a museum piece but it's a definite jaw dropper and thumbs up all the time work/play custom work of art and I would safely rate it as a 9/10 on condition. 

Only serious bidders please, I reserve the right to sell locally also, as I will advertise it. I am sure I am missing other details as there is just so much to brag about. Please use the ask seller questions feature on eBay and I will answer them to the best of my ability.

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