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1973 Harley Davidson Sr 100 Baja Very Rare Only 985 Made All Original on 2040-motos

US $1,100.00
YearYear:1973 MileageMileage:0 ColorColor: Black
Location:

Franklin, Georgia, US

Franklin, Georgia, US
1973 Harley Davidson SR 100 BAJA very rare only 985 made all original, US $1,100.00, image 1

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1973 Harley Davidson SR 100 BAJA very rare only 985 made all original, US $1,100.00, image 2 1973 Harley Davidson SR 100 BAJA very rare only 985 made all original, US $1,100.00, image 3 1973 Harley Davidson SR 100 BAJA very rare only 985 made all original, US $1,100.00, image 4 1973 Harley Davidson SR 100 BAJA very rare only 985 made all original, US $1,100.00, image 5

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TypeType:Off-Road For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

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                    1973 Harley Davidson SR100. BAJA


Very rear hard to find it dose run and I have a parts book to go with it.  Frame and motor numbers match all original 


On Sep-19-13 at 18:46:38 PDT, seller added the following information:

Very rear hard to find it dose run and I have a parts book to go with it.  Frame and motor numbers match all original 
Do not have a title. In Georgia it is not to required to have a title on anything over 21 years old

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