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Honda Goldwing Aspencade 1200 on 2040-motos

US $730.00
YearYear:1986 MileageMileage:56000 ColorColor: two tone

Cobleskill, New York, US

Cobleskill, New York, US
Honda Goldwing Aspencade 1200, US $730.00, image 1

Honda Gold Wing photos

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Honda Gold Wing tech info

TypeType:Touring Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):1200 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller VINVIN:1HFSC142XGA221441

Honda Gold Wing description

 I got the Honda in a trade from Scranton PA. my wife said she would go with me if a motorcycle was more comfortable than my Harley Sportster. She is afraid of motorcycles any way and only went once or twice with me. I have not registered it here in NY but the title is open.  I took it up and down the road and it has very good power and idles nice . Would love to keep it but I have other bikes that I like  better. I 'am not one for long trips and big touring bikes when going by my self on short trips to town..
This Honda has a lot of extra lights and chrome accessory on it. Have not found one on e-bay like it. Every thing seems to work but the clock but maybe I just don't know how to set it.
It also came with a small motorcycle trailer painted with the same colors as the Honda. I attached it to the motorcycle and all the lights work. In it were some extra parts, a few replacement lens, trim parts for the trailer, 2 new in the box  timing belts,  and several oil filters with o-rings.
When I got it home I drained the fuel and put in fresh fuel and changed the oil and filter and the spark plugs. That made it run real nice.
The only thing I see that it needs if I was to keep it are  a front tire and maybe fork seals. Front tire has tread and no cracks but it's old. Rear tire is newer and in good shape. Just the things I would do if  I was to keep it. Trailer tires look new with new rims.
If you have any questions call me 518 8two7-4one00

On Oct-21-13 at 10:55:47 PDT, seller added the following information:

 This has been garage keep since 2009 I was told by the 2nd owner. I have it in a heated garage and the trailer sits outside until I make room for it. I guess thats why its in very nice condition. Any way I have always been a fair weather  rider.

On Oct-21-13 at 11:02:02 PDT, seller added the following information:

 Also comes with 2  helmet communicators and have no idea how they hook up but they are there in a bag in the trailer.  Goldwing is all new to me.

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