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Honda ATC185 ad (1980)

FFA National Future Farmer 28 4 Apr May 1980 p47 sm

It'd outperform anything in its class.
If there were anything in its class.

This is the most powerful ATC Honda has built since inventing the animal ten years ago. The most powerful production three-wheeler in the world. The Honda ATC185. The big four stroke engine gives you plenty of punch for haulin' or fetchin' or just barreling through the boondocks now and then. New design balloon tires float you over places you's neevr take an ordinary vehicle - like sand or shallow mud or even packed snow. And legendary Honda reliability gets you there and back again. All that in a little workhorse that's a lot more economical to but and to run than a pick-up. Add on the optional basket and carrying rack and the ATC185 might even help you get through the work a little faster. And on to the fun riding just a little sooner. And that, you'll have to agree, is class. HONDA Follow the leader.

Source: FFA National Future Farmer #28 - 4 Apr/May 1980 - Page 47

Honda answers the call of the wild (April 1969)

Field Stream april 1969 honda trail ct90

Handsomely. The Honda Trail 90 now has even more features to please an outdoorsman. New telescopic front suspension, for a better ride in the backwoods. New altitude compensating carburetor, to give peak performance from valley to mountain top. Greater ground clearance. And more clearance between the larger, nobby front tire and the new, streamlined front fender. Of course, we've kept all the features that have made this the fargest selling trail bike in the world.

The Posi-Torque dual transmission that lets you switch from street to trail gearing with the flip of a lever. The automatic clutch-The reliable 4-stroke OHC engine. (Sips gas to give you 165 mpg.) And the quiet muffler with its USDA-approved spark arrestor. The new Honda Trait 90 goes places where most wheels won't. Your Honda dealer has It in red or yellow for very little green.

Source: Field and Stream, April 1969

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