In my book, any vehicle that’s been banned because the government thought it was too dangerous is instantly worth featuring. So with that, here’s a not-very-scary-looking Honda ATC 110.
The ATC 110 featured a 105.1cc single-cylinder four-stroke engine with a 16mm Keihin carb and a recoil starter. The transmission was dual range and semi-automatic, with a shift lever near the left foot. Want to learn more? There were 3 generations of the 110, this 1982 was the 2nd generation, distinguished by a restyled gas tank and the square headlight. MSRP when new? $998. Check out this story from Hemmings that explains the history of the ATC 110, and what eventually got it (and other 3 wheelers) removed from the market.
This specific Honda ATC 110 is a one-owner vehicle which is claimed to be in great shape. The only issue is some peeling of stickers on the rear fenders and gas tank, but it sure does look pretty. Have a good time, and try not to get hurt and prove the government right!
Find this Honda ATC 110 for sale in Evansville, Indiana with a BIN of $1,250