| Year: || 1979 || VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): || ATC110E2053206 |
| Mileage: || N/A || Engine Size (cc): || 110 |
| Make: || Honda || Transmission Type: || Manual |
| Model: || ATC 110 || Exterior Color: || Red |
| Type: || 3-Wheeler || Drive Train: || 2-Wheel Drive |
| For Sale By: || Private Seller || Vehicle Title: || Clear |
Camp Verde is located exactly in the center of the State. Arizona residents are encouraged to come up and ride the bike and take it home with you. Out of State residents must arrange for their own pickup and shipping. I will hold the the bike for 60 days inside my shop.
Here is my 1979 Honda 110 ATC that I purchased from a friend back in 2000. I put a few things on it, rode it about 50 miles then put it away. When I purchased it the original Honda stamped frame was starting to show fatigue cracks so I bought a "Bandito" tubular stretch frame (4" longer) to replace the original. This makes the bike much more comfortable to ride and it handles better, plus the frame is bullet proof. I also purchased new rims and tires for the rear and put a new shift lever on it at that time. My Wife also made a quilted seat cover for it at that time that is rugged and very comfortable.I know the original owner of this bike and it's history and it has always been in his garage or mine and is not Sun Baked. The original rear plastics are awesome for their age and are very flexible with no gouges or cracks and has the nice red color. I also have the original factory rear fender flap extensions for it and an extra rear axle and sprocket that will go with the bike.I moved to Arizona in 2003 and it has been stored in my secondary shop and not ridden for 13 years. Needing a winter project last year to entertain myself I put it in my main shop for fun. I put a new carburetor on it, new fuel lines and filters, new hand grips, replaced the pull cord, changed the oil and lubed the chain. I took it out for a few rides which put a big smile on my face but I realize that I'm getting older, I'm really not going to ride this bike much anymore and I don't want to fall off and break a hip. Ha Ha!I know the history of this bike and it doesn't have that much time on it. It always starts and runs great with no issues. The case has never been split on this bike so it has the Honda 1 drip a day. Just put one of your wife's best pie pans under it like I do to keep your shop floor clean. This bike has a clear California title in my name.Arizona Residents: I also have a Absolute Scary Fast 1985 Suzuki 185 LT 5 speed 4 wheeler that was my wife's. This thing will scare the crap out of you! It's a two wheel drive with front suspension. It has 4 brand new tires on it and new rear plastics but has sat not running for 5 years. It will need new hand grips, a seat cover and the throttle unstuck to ride. I will make you a smoking deal on this one to get rid of it because she doesn't ride anymore either. I also have a clear California title on this bike in my name. It will just take a few things to get it on the trail again.Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have or any additional pictures you may want. Marcus 928-821-0721Thanks,