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Hello all,

Just joined the forum today. I currently own a 1975 Honda z50 that I purchased from the original owner 2 years ago ($750.00). Also bought a 1975 Honda z50 roller last spring - to good of a deal to pass up - even though it was a hour drive each way. $50.00 in the hand of the seller and the roller was mine. Extra rim included. Land vehicle Vehicle Motorcycle Car Honda
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Also collect Honda ATCs' and own a '68 Corvette

Thanks for having me - will have a lot of questions as I am restoring/cleaning/detailing the '75 Z50

Cheers, BK3
 

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Welcome! VERY nice 250r in the background there and love the ATC trailer!
Thank - you, Fresh110L.

I purchased the 250R about 3 years ago from the original owner - everything 100% original - date coded tires, plastics, seat, owner's manual, tools and original bill of sale.

The Hondaline trailer also purchased from the original owner - very mint - almost as new.

I have been very fortunate - all my trikes have been all one owner units. Even my 1975 Honda z50. Land vehicle Vehicle Car Automotive exterior Auto part
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That trailer is cool!! What years did they make them? Does it have a serial number/vin?

I am not really sure what years they were made. They are pretty rare and I believe they were only made in Canada. Rumour has it at about 500 trailers manufactured. I just sold another one that I had - a lot rougher shape - faded paint - dents in box - definitely used. Went to western Canada.

The trailer shown below is in very nice condition - the original owner rarely used it and kept it in the corner of his shop.

Serial # shown below.

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