| Condition: || Used || Year: || 1986 |
| VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): || JY31EV00XFC001606 || Mileage: || 0 |
| Engine Size (cc): || 223 || Make: || Yamaha |
| Transmission Type: || Manual || Model: || 225DR |
| Exterior Color: || Black || Type: || 3-Wheeler |
| Drive Train: || 2-Wheel Drive || For Sale By: || Private Seller |
| Vehicle Title: || Not Available |
Up for grabs is one 1986 Yamaha 225DR trike. It has a 223cc motor that runs great and strong. Also features shaft drive and reverse gear. Front and rear brakes operate well. Has a thumb throttle and electric start that fires off everytime with no drama. This and another 225DR was purchased new by a couple in Oklahoma county for farm use. They were used one summer and stored in a barn with the oil and gas drained. During the winter, the husband died and the wife let the son take over the farm. They sat inside the barn under cover since that time until my buddy ran across them buying old gas signs from inside the barn last year. This is not being represented as perfect, however, this is a nice original and unrestored example. This is a ready to ride, attention grabbing, conversation starting, machine. It is fast. I haven't out of 4th gear but I'd say it probably does 45mph or so. There are some scuffs here and there but nothing major. A little rust on the handle bars that Ill try and polish off. Grips are real bad but I'd replace them. The decal on the right side (see pic) just blew off while riding it but the left side is fine. The original tires still have the little nipples on the nubs. I have installed new plug, battery, carb kit, oil and filter. I have put maybe 5 hrs of run time on it since then and I like it but I'd rather have a two-seater go-kart with suspension that my son and I can enjoy. Located just north of OKC. Check the pictures and ask questions. Thanx for looking!!
On Feb-12-17 at 11:19:09 PST, seller added the following information:Also forgot to mention that it has a small bag of Yamaha tools with it. The little plastic bag is toast but the tools are still there. A couple of wrenches, pliers, and screwdriver.