Honda introduced the NS250R to the world in May of 1984, combining a liquid-cooled 2-stroke V-Twin engine with an aluminum frame and full bodywork.
The styling was backed up with state of the art technology such as the Torque Reactive Anti-Dive Control (TRAC) front end and the Auto-Controlled Torque Amplification Chamber (ATAC) exhaust system which helped the 249cc engine produce 45 horsepower (limited for the Japanese market).
The seller of this example (VIN: MC111003730) has owned it for over 10 years.
The odometer shows 11,794 kilometers (7,328 miles)
Six years ago it was repainted with a Rothmans Honda livery.
The bodywork looks great though the metal parts exhibit wear and slight corrosion as we typically see from JDM imports.
The coolant overflow bottle appears to have spider cracks but it does not leak. The part is discontinued and this was the only one the seller could find.
Currently located at our facility in Santa Monica, California for anyone that would like to inspect it (please make an appointment), this NS250R is offered on a clean Oregon title.
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