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Thread: 80s ATC, 3 wheelers, Trikes

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikePal View Post
    A beauty for sure, nice trike !!

    That's what my 84 looked like when I bought it ...show room condition, even had the original purchase agreements, the manuals and sales brochures with available accessories
    That's all the best stuff! Honda made customized card with bike serials # on it and owners name as well. I have that stuff for my 85 big red.

    Anyone ever seen any 1987 3 wheelers around? I have seen a few 250sx and 250 big reds but that's it. 1987 3 wheelers fetch BIG money.

    Even 1988 Honda Big red 250s were sold (mostly in Austrailia and europe) seen a collector in US bought two mint condition trikes from Austrailia few months ago. Reportedly paid $20,000 for them (Before shipping as well)

    A 1987 Atc250r (rumoured to be cut up and destroyed after the license agreements for Honda USA were canceled in 1986 but there is a picture of one in Canada in a dirt wheels magazine.

    I bet it would be worth 6 figures if ever found. I pray to find it one haha

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    This is a pic of my old 86 after the guy I sold it too refurbished it. I put a lot of hunt seasons on the that trike.

    I really should buy it back HaHa..

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    The guy is also custom building a Big Red from parts..he's powder coating it and I believe he said that he was going to do it in camo.

    I like his work table/lift !!




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    Quote Originally Posted by SongDog View Post
    That's all the best stuff!
    The Colour Glossy from Honda...

    He bought the front basket for this machine

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    Nice bikes,impressive if one is still in such a great shape after 35 years.

    I was hunting once with my buddy on his buddy's farm.
    The guy had one of these,and was merrily driving up and down on it.

    My buddy said -see this bike,they call it a leg breaker,not without a reason.
    And he said-he knows few guys,they broke their legs with one of these...........Ever since when i see one,i remember : leg breaker.

    I think drivers really need to know how to use it. Otherwise -cool stuff.
    Thank You for sharing.
    Last edited by gbk; March 28th, 2021 at 03:15 PM.

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    Cool stuff Mike. All the old Hondaline accessories are very cool and collectable. There's a speedo on the 85 my brother has

    There's a few guys buying big bore kits for the old 250 Big reds and making them lifted mud machines.


    I'm restoring my 1985 atc250r. It's pretty much done just needs assembled. It's been a few year progress but I'm waiting for warmer weather before I take outside. Here's the frame after powdercoat.

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    My brothers and I had all kinds of hondas as kids. Started with a z50r, then to xl100 and xr80 bikes, 200m and 200x 3 wheelers, odyssey, trx300 4 wheeler. And those are just the hondas. Did a lot of stupid stunts as a kid and rubbed out a couple dirt bikes but with all the dumb stuff I did never put a 3 or 4 wheeler in the rhubarb until I was riding trails near Kearney when I was 45 years old. Glad that fallen tree I landed on was rotten.

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