Everything's for sale...........right? LOL.
This 1986 ATC 250R came from a nice gentleman from Oregon. He bought it from a local dealer whom he has been friendly with for many years. The dealer had it in his personal storage, and finally decided to sell it when he closed his dealership business in the 90's. It is a one of one survivor, so far. There might be others out there, but this is the only Honda ATC known still in the crate in almost 25years. There are three known '87 Kawasaki Tecate 3 250's, and one Yamaha TRI-Z 250 left in their original crates to my knowledge, in the entire world.
At any rate even if a couple more ATC 250Rs pop up, what do one of one or even one of three survivor muscle cars go for at Barret Jackson??? I think It's worth saving for a while, but money talks. I love 250Rs and bought this as a investment piece and frankly to just look at and smile.