Husqvarna started producing motorcycles in 1903—only Peugeot has continuously produced two-wheelers for longer. In the 1960s and ’70s, Husqvarna’s 2-stroke-powered motocrossers were the gold standard in international racing competition and made heavier 4-stroke racers typical in Britain and Europe instantly obsolete. The American market was opened up for Husqvarna by importer Edison Dye, whose input on the factory’s racing machines led to a stiffer, all-welded frame and more stable steering head angle, which suited American-style off-road racing. This complete restored example is absolutely beautiful. It has been housed in a private collection for the last number of years and still appears as fresh as day one. We did run this example, but it is still in never been ridden condition. With only 300 being built, and only around 50 known to still exist, this collector quality Husky 250 Cross is perfect for any collector or enthusiast.