Who is good with puzzles? I love a good project bike and this certainly looks like one. If you think you will be pulling up to your local hangout wreaking of Motul by the end of the week, arrow out of this page. If you don’t mind a twist here, a missing part there but the satisfaction of completing a project yourself; well then scroll on down.
Maybe most importantly, the frame has a title. That should provide some motivation to get it back together.
If you are serious about this bike I’d make a new friend that knows his NSR’s and see if he can gauge what is missing (if anything). I didn’t notice any chambers but the seller says it was a runner before being dismantled.
Here is the story:
TWO STROKE STREET LEGAL TITLED MC21 BIKE …..DISMANTLED FOR CLEANING FOR RESTORATION AND NOT PUT BACK TOGETHER AS I FOUND A COMPLETED BIKE ,,THIS IS A CHANCE YOU GET YOUR HANDS ON THE INCREASINGLY RARE HONDA NSR 250..OF WHICH THIS IS THE SPECIAL EDITION DRY CLUTCH MODEL…..SOLD AS IS ..FRAME STRAIGHT WITH SE REAR WHEEL, PMG111 COMPUTER ,STEEL BRAIDED BREAKLINES ,,BEET REARSETS.AND .WHATEVER PARTS ARE FOR THE BIKE I HAVE IVE TRIED TO PICTURE IF THERES ANYTHING ELSE I FIND ILL THROW THEM IN TOO ..BIKE WAS A RUNNER BEFORE IT WAS DISMANTLED .
I can’t tell if that is OEM bodywork or aftermarket but factor in the cost of paint if you don’t like black. I’d factor in the cost of a total engine rebuild as well, since it is totally apart. Consider it peace of mind.
This one is all about price and patience. Can you get it for the right price and do you have the patience to put it back together?