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2006 Suzuki Boulevard M50 on 2040-motos

YearYear:2009 MileageMileage:10886 ColorColor: Red Hot Sunglo

Fayetteville, AR

Fayetteville, AR
2006 Suzuki Boulevard M50, $7,999, image 1

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2009 Harley-Davidson Fat Bob DYNA, bought from NW AR HD dealer in Dec 2008 for $20.6K (base plus dealer upgrades). Added another $2.4K in upgrades and parts since, including new rear tire and battery. Outstanding condition, one owner, always garaged and covered, Red Hot Sunglo, all maintenance, Vance and Hines Big Shot Staggered pipes, Quick Release Windshield, Engine Guard, Saddle Bags, Backrest, Luggage Rack, etc. Have all receipts, parts lists, 2 keys and alarm key fobs, Screamin Eagle Pro Super Tuner Kit, Owner's Manual and an HD roll-up Tool Kit. Looks and sounds awesome. Rides great on short or long trips. I paid all of the depreciation but now have to move on. Be wiser than me and buy used. (479) 879-six two six five $7,999.00

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Tue, 04 Mar 2014 00:00:00 -0800

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