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Mickey_Dunlap

Team Honda factory 200x racer

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For those that don't know me my name is Mickey Dunlap owner of Four Stroke Tech. In the 80's I was one of the few that made a living racing 3 wheelers and in 1983 after winning 5 races against Team Honda they started helping me out in trade for being able to use my name in there win adds. In 1984 they gave me a full ride and this was one of my last ATC 200x's that I just got last Dec. on a trip to Washington state where I grew up. I flew out there to pick up my grand fathers 1969 Ford F-100 my mom sold me. I knew of this 200x for 20 years but the guy would never sell it to me,but my mom sweet talked him into selling it back to me.

On my way back to PA. I stopped in Or. to pick up two more of my old racers from Powroll perforemance my eingine builder back then.The guy painted it Powroll's blue and white,but I just started restoring in back to the way it was when I raced it for Honda.

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that's awesome !! the picture is really great (i'm a ford truck guy, yah, let the boo's begin).

the truck is great to see and will be waiting to see the resto's of your bikes !!

i bet the 3 wheelers really hauled some butt !!

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that's awesome !! the picture is really great (i'm a ford truck guy, yah, let the boo's begin).

the truck is great to see and will be waiting to see the resto's of your bikes !!

i bet the 3 wheelers really hauled some butt !!

I was going to paint and chrome all the trim on the truck but it's just not bad enough to need it right now so I'm just using it like grandpa did as a work truck.

The frame and other parts are out for sand blasting,then to powder coat next week on the 200x. This will take longer to put back together because I have 3 other magazine projects to do first. One being a crazy twin 1100cc engine monster Brute Force.

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