When Honda Motorcycles Decals Were Not the Same
Honda Motorcycle Decals Used to Adorn Motorcycle Parts and Accessories at Dealers in the 1970s and 1980s.
In 1979, Honda introduced the first “Honda Motorcycle” decal, which featured a stylized motorcycle.
In 1980, Honda Motor Parts introduced the “H-D Motorcycle”, which featured the iconic Honda logo.
In 1991, Honda started offering “Hockeys” decals on motorcycles.
In 2004, Honda launched the “Kawasaki Ninja” decAL.
In 2009, Honda released the “Sprint” decALS.
A Honda Motor Dealer can get a Honda Motor Decal for as low as $5.00 per pair, and can also sell the Honda Motor parts to customers for as little as $6.00 each.
The Honda Motor decals were widely popular during the late 1980s and early 1990s.
In 1993, Honda sold over $2.5 million worth of Honda Motor Vehicle parts, accessories, and accessories.
There were two major groups of Honda decals: The “H” decaling was used on motorcycles, and the “P” decalling was used in automobiles.
Honda motorcycles featured the “h” decaled on their frame.
The Honda Motor Dealership also used “H,” but it was only used for motorcycles.
At the time, Honda was selling a number of motorcycle decal kits for $30 to $50.00.
To find a Honda motorcycle decaling, Honda’s sales rep would call the dealership, say “HONDA” and offer to purchase a motorcycle decaled motorcycle kit.
The dealership would then send the motorcycle decaler to the dealer.
Honda’s motorcycle decallers were often made of metal.
These motorcycle decalls typically had the Honda logo printed on the front of the decal.
In the Honda motor decals the Honda symbol was printed on top of the motorcycle.
Honda Motordecals can be found at many Honda dealerships.
You can purchase a Honda motorcycle decal at a Honda dealer.
When the Honda motorcycle was discontinued in the late 1990s, Honda motorcycles began to disappear from the U.S. and from most motorcycle dealerships, making it difficult to find Honda motorcycle parts.
Some Honda dealers now only sell Honda motorcycle part kits.