2006 Campagna T-rex on 2040-motos
Can-Am T-REX description
2006 CAMPAGNA T-REX SPORT BIKE
THIS INCREDIBLE, CROWD-FORMING THREE WHEEL MONSTER WAS BOUGHT AND CARED FOR BY ITS CURRENT OWNER A LITTLE OVER FIVE YEARS AGO. IT TOOK HIM A LITTLE OVER TWO YEARS OF BLOOD, SWEAT AND TONS OF OVERTIME TO SAVE UP AND PURCHASE IT !! BOUGHT FOR ITS OUTRAGEOUS LOOK, STYLE AND PERFORMANCE… AND ITS EXCLUSIVITY !!
PAINT AND BODY PANELS ARE SUPER CLEAN OUTSIDE OF SOME MINOR ROAD CHIPS AND SMALL SCRAPE ON FRONT, LOWER NOSE CONE. BOTH FRONT, REMOVABLE FENDERS ALSO SHOW SOME MINOR CHIPS. WHEELS, BRAKES AND TIRES IN EXCELLENT SHAPE. PASSENGER / CABIN AREA ALSO VERY CLEAN. SEATS DO SHOW SOME MINOR AGE /WEAR, BUT VERY PRESENTABLE AND COMFORTABLE. EASY TO READ GAUGES IN WORKING ORDER, ALONG WITH ALL ELECTRONICS AND MECHANICALS. REMOVABLE WINDSHIELD ADDED. ACCENT LIGHTING ALSO ADDED WITH SWITCH LOCATED UNDER DASH. SOME MINOR WEAR SHOWING ON THE SILLS FROM ENTERING AND EXITING. ALL LIGHTS, SIGNALS AND HORN IN WORKING ORDER. ALSO ADDED ARE REMOVABLE, LOCKABLE SIDE-SADDLE BAGS.
1.4L KAWASAKI POWERED FOUR CYLINDER STARTS RIGHT UP AND SETTLE TO SMOOTH IDLE ( ADJUSTABLE CHOKE IS NEEDED FOR COLD STARTS ). 6-SPEED SEQUENTIAL GEARBOX ENGAGES EASILY WITH SOLID SHIFTS AND GOOD, STRONG CLUTCH TAKE UP. SAME GOES WITH REVERSE ENGAGEMENT. UPGRADED / STRONGER CHAIN ADDED FOR STRENGTH DURABILITY.
ALWAYS GARAGED, ALWAYS MAINTAINED TO FACTORY RECOMMENDATIONS, ONLY ENJOYED IN FAIR WEATHER CONDITIONS.
IF YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR SOMETHING A LITTLE DIFFERENT, SOMETHING MUCH MORE AFFORDABLE THAN NEW, SOMETHING THAT PEOPLE OF ALL BACKGROUNDS NOTICE, SOMETHING THAT HAS HAD AN EXCELLENT OWNER HISTORY- THAT RUNS, DRIVES, TRACKS AND BRAKES AS GOOD AS IT LOOKS… YOU FOUND YOUR NEXT RIDE !!
COUPLE OF START UP AND WALK AROUND VIDEOS:
FOR MORE PICS AND INFO CONTACT:
JAY BROWN (302)-358-6657
AARON D. (302)-547-5004
T-REX IS BEING SOLD “AS-IS”, NO WARRANTY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED. SHIPPING IS AVAILABLE IF NEEDED.
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