2004 Honda Gl1800 Goldwing W/ Matching Bushtec Turbo 2 Trailer on 2040-motos
Honda Gold Wing description
This is a very nice 2004 Goldwing with matching Bushtec Turbo +2 trailer. In addition to the bike and trailer buyer will get 2 full face HJC Symax helmets with clear and smoked lens. Helmets have Hondaline intercom system attached. 2 HJC half helmets. Wingstuff three piece luggage set. 1 XL Mossi rainsuit. Kuryankan trunk luggage rack, Baker handwings, cigarette lighter in front pocket and MP3 hookup in trunk and battery tender. Runs and drives like new. All wear items have been replaced in 2013. (Brake pads, tires, K&N airfilter, oil filter, sparkplugs) Bike has a salvage title. All work to fix bike was done by Max Pitts Motorcyles. I have owned bike for four years and have had no problems other than wear items. Bike is very comfortable and fun. I will accept cash or certified check or personal check. If paying by check, bike will not be released for pickup until 7-10 days after check has cleared my financial institution. Buyer is responsible for pickup, or delivery. I can assist with delivery of bike depending on buyer location.
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