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WTB DT250 Brocure

21 May 2020 23:41
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WTB DT250 Brocure #1
Looking for this one if anyone has one??
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22 May 2020 05:08
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WTB DT250 Brocure #2
What country was this model for?

This is what I have for the US model 1973:


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22 May 2020 06:01
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1971DT250 wrote: What country was this model for?

This is what I have for the US model 1973:


I'm thinking along the same lines - what looks like a 1973 model being marketed as a DT250.

There was similar puzzlement in the UK over a RD400 being advertised as a RD400DX, when it was understood that there was no such model. I suggested that it was the sales/marketing departments not talking to the technical/admin departments!:ROFLOL

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22 May 2020 06:32
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If I remember correctly, a member from the UK posted that the European 1973 model was called a DT250... I scanned through the model code list and sure enough, model code 408 shows it's for a 1973 DT250 for Europe.

I also remember that he said the 1973 was not officially imported into the UK... so it seems likely that you're looking for a European brochure... seems like the Netherlands had a big importer in the early years so that's where I'd start looking...

1963 YG1-T, 1965 MG1-T, Allstate 250, 1970 CT1b, 1971 R5, 1973 AT3MX, 1974 TS400L, 1975 RD350, 1976 DT175C, 1976 Husqvarna 250CR, 1981 DT175G, 1988 DT50, 1990 "Super" DT50, 1991 RT180, 2017 XT250

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22 May 2020 09:45
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1971DT250 wrote: What country was this model for?

This is what I have for the US model 1973:


That's a nice one I havent seen, so another one I'm looking for!!.
Here is a pic of yet another I have showing similar to the above 250 DT3 naming convention.
You can also see that I do actually have a DT250 brochure with the 'Hot red' bike on the front but the one I have is in English and German, check out the inside page and back cover.
I'm looking for one in English only, I know there is one because I sold it with my previous DT3 to shyted a couple of years ago.

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22 May 2020 11:09
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Ask Dave (shyted) to sell it you back! :ROFLOL

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22 May 2020 17:26
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WTB DT250 Brocure #7
Down under in Australasia , we got the same brochure , you have titled DT 250 ,
but with the DT3 title . I've checked , and I don't have a spare , but MIGHT be able to locate one .
I do have a US DT3 with the tan background . It has been overstamped NOT GOOD ENOUGH
TO SELL , BUT TOO GOOD TO THROW AWAY . I got it as a freebie from a dealer yonks ago .
You can have it for the cost of postage , but if you'd rather wait for a clean one to turn up ,
I understand .
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