Honda’s desire to recruit car drivers is not a new thing. What better enticement than a bike with a big trunk and all its mechanicals tucked out of sight? There was no automatic transmission available; aside from that omission, you could really think of this thing as the world’s biggest, fastest scooter. Being an ’80s Honda, of course, the PC was eminently efficient as well as fun to ride. Haters were many, loyalists were few but rabid. Unsurprisingly, all five on Cycle Trader look clean and well-loved, including the 134,000-mile one in Nebraska with the factory stereo.

First Impression: Pacific Coast 800