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1970 Vintage Hodaka Ace 100 (model 92) "98cc" Cylinder, Ex/restored (#ace13) on 2040-motos

US $99.95
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Chicago, Illinois, United States

Chicago, Illinois, United States
1970 VINTAGE HODAKA ACE 100 (MODEL 92) "98cc" CYLINDER, EX/RESTORED (#ACE13), US $99.95, image 1

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1970 VINTAGE HODAKA ACE 100 (MODEL 92) "98cc" CYLINDER, EX/RESTORED (#ACE13), US $99.95, image 2 1970 VINTAGE HODAKA ACE 100 (MODEL 92) "98cc" CYLINDER, EX/RESTORED (#ACE13), US $99.95, image 3 1970 VINTAGE HODAKA ACE 100 (MODEL 92) "98cc" CYLINDER, EX/RESTORED (#ACE13), US $99.95, image 4 1970 VINTAGE HODAKA ACE 100 (MODEL 92) "98cc" CYLINDER, EX/RESTORED (#ACE13), US $99.95, image 5 1970 VINTAGE HODAKA ACE 100 (MODEL 92) "98cc" CYLINDER, EX/RESTORED (#ACE13), US $99.95, image 6 1970 VINTAGE HODAKA ACE 100 (MODEL 92) "98cc" CYLINDER, EX/RESTORED (#ACE13), US $99.95, image 7

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***1970 VINTAGE HODAKA ACE 100 (MODEL 92) "98cc" CYLINDER, EX/RESTORED (#ACE13)***

*This HODAKA Parts Lot is untested, being offered as-is, and consists of these desirable OEM and/or VINTAGE parts:
1 X ORIGINAL HODAKA ACE 100 (MODEL 92) "98cc" CYLINDER, in EX/REPAINTED cosmetic/structural condition overall.

*Great Looking Jug... clean as a whistle & tight as a drum.
*Piece has been professionally bead-blasted & repainted - NICE.

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