1973 Cooper 250 Enduro

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At one point in time, Frank Cooper was the US distributor for Maico. He thought he could create a bike that slotted between Japanese and European dirt bikes in price, with the hope that it would handle like a European bike but be reliable like a Japanese bike. Enter the Cooper 250 Enduro, created to give off-roaders the best of both worlds. He had it built in Mexico in the hopes that he could make it cheap, to boot. Though the press enjoyed his bike, reliablity was initially a problem. Want to learn more? Check out this informative article from Motocross Action Magazine. Find this Cooper 250 Enduro in Wichita, Kansas with an opening bid of $100

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