I have a friend who has this bike and he is having trouble finding any information on this bicycle.
I'm not trying to sell anything I’m more interested in the history of this machine.
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I'd call it an 80s step-through frame, intended for a woman (denoted by the skirt guard on the rear wheel)
Three black cables show there are two brakes, and probably a 3 speed internal gear hub in the rear wheel.
Observation - there's a lot of seatpost and an awful lot of stem out of the bike - guessing this is a small frame and the current rider is quite tall. Do check that the "minimum insertion" lines are not visible - if so then the stem/seatpost have to go down a bit.
I'd also guess that the bike had a stout front basket at some point. That upright stay on the front wheel is a lot more beefy than the other stay holding the rear of the front guard. My suspicion is the basket clipped into the headlight holder and bolted to the small horizontal area over the front mudguard.
Can't put anything against the 35 25 stickers on the front fork - possibly some local registration scheme, or maybe an allocated bike park slot somewhere.
The tyres appear to have that reflective side strip, so they seem relatively recent, certainly not original rubber which would be tan on the side.