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2003 Harley-davidson Xl883c Sportster 100th Annivrsary Edition on 2040-motos

$4,495
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Worland, Wyoming

Worland, WY
2003 Harley-Davidson XL883C Sportster 100th Annivrsary Edition, $4,495, image 1

Harley-Davidson Sportster description

Only 1,669 mis. Black/silver, superb condition. Runs perfect, new battery. Always stored in garage. Screamin Eagle slip-on mufflers and other extras included. Call (307) 347-XXXX or (307) 431-XXXX.

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