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1981 Honda Cr 250 R Dirt Bike on 2040-motos

US $1,300.00
YearYear:1981 MileageMileage:1 ColorColor: Red
Location:

West Covina, California, US

West Covina, California, US
1981 Honda CR 250 R Dirt Bike, US $1,300.00, image 1

Honda CR photos

1981 Honda CR 250 R Dirt Bike, US $1,300.00, image 2 1981 Honda CR 250 R Dirt Bike, US $1,300.00, image 3 1981 Honda CR 250 R Dirt Bike, US $1,300.00, image 4 1981 Honda CR 250 R Dirt Bike, US $1,300.00, image 5 1981 Honda CR 250 R Dirt Bike, US $1,300.00, image 6 1981 Honda CR 250 R Dirt Bike, US $1,300.00, image 7

Honda CR tech info

TypeType:Off-Road Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):250 For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller VINVIN:ME030ZBC301943

Honda CR description

This is the Elsinore, the Red Rocket Motorcycle. This is a dream bike for anyone wanting to race AHRMA or for a restoration it just needs a little love. It's a  lightweight great handling fast motorcycle. 


The bike is complete missing only an OEM seat and front number plate. 
  • Features OEM front and rear fenders and side plastics, but please note all plastic pieces do have some scratches.
  • Tires are really nice both front and rear
  • The engine is complete.
  • The original tank is really nice and clean inside and out. 
  • Prior to storage the carburetor was emptied as well as the gas tank.
  • Front brake lever is broken as shown in the photos.

This is a NON RUNNING motorcycle and has no warranty whatsoever. Sold AS IS.

  • The bike has shifting problems and probably needs shifting forks. 
  • The bike has no odometer so the mileage on the listing is not accurate.

The bike comes with a bill of sale only from the last registered owner and myself.

Please feel free to  ask any questions  you may have. Also please look carefully at the detailed photos. 
 

LOCAL PICKUP ONLY. We do not ship.

Other arrangements can only be made with sellers approval in advance of auction close/sale. Immediate $500 deposit due at close of auction/sale. The balance is due in cash only. Pickup must be within 5 days of sale date. 

This is an AS IS, NO RETURN, NO REFUND listing.  

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