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Looking forward to joining the group. I’m an old time (80’s) kid who grew up with ATC’s. Getting back into the sport with my kids and hope to give info and receive as needed. Slowly rebuilding my collection. Current rides are an 86 350x, 86 250r (no kids allowed), 87 250x 88 250r. Looking for a another 250x to put one of the spare 350x motors in. My mantra: Safety first, handling second, performance last. Everything we own can kill you so be safe.
 

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Welcome to the forums! Thx for the pics! Sweet lookîng 250r , i have my eye on my neighbors ...... Lol
 

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Thats a clean looking 250R I'm in the market if your lookin to sell ;}
 

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pastorpete , welcome to the forums , if you are really into collecting the old school speed ATC and close to New Orleans , I know a guy who has 3 of the cleanest 250X's for sale you ever seen , $5k for the 3 , 2 are heavily modified and barely ridden ---also just yesterday a guy a know called me wanting to sell a 1985 ATC250ES , I have not seen this one , the price is right at $800 , it runs
 

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Thanks it’s.

I live in southwest Michigan right along the “big lake”. Check out this picture from our ride in the UP this summer. My friend also collects old Honda iron and as you can see on the trailer we were essentially a traveling Museum of Honda history. Every place we stopped for fuel for food turned into a Gawkers delight. All the big dollar side-by-side’s and modern quads had nothing on us. It’s amazing how much interest these things still garner.
 

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I live in southwest Michigan right along the “big lake”. Check out this picture from our ride in the UP this summer. My friend also collects old Honda iron and as you can see on the trailer we were essentially a traveling Museum of Honda history. Every place we stopped for fuel for food turned into a Gawkers delight. All the big dollar side-by-side’s and modern quads had nothing on us. It’s amazing how much interest these things still garner.
That young man with the Michigan State shirt on must be happy how they handled Washington State, LOL :grin
 

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Welcome Aboard!
 

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Very cool!!! My cousin had an old Honda 110 3 wheeler that I grew up riding... then he got a 250R 3 wheeler.. that I wasn't really allowed to ride.. LOL
 

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