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2003 Honda Vfr 800 With Rear Cowl, Interceptor- No Reserve! on 2040-motos

US $2,850.00
YearYear:2003 MileageMileage:19471 ColorColor: Red
Location:

Nutley, New Jersey, US

Nutley, New Jersey, US
2003 Honda VFR 800 With rear cowl, Interceptor- NO Reserve!, US $2,850.00, image 1

Honda Interceptor photos

2003 Honda VFR 800 With rear cowl, Interceptor- NO Reserve!, US $2,850.00, image 2 2003 Honda VFR 800 With rear cowl, Interceptor- NO Reserve!, US $2,850.00, image 3

Honda Interceptor tech info

WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Honda Interceptor description

 2003 VFR non-ABS model, great bike. Got it all ready for the season- new tires, new chain/sprocket, new rear shock- and took it out for 1 ride, then decided I wanted a dual-sport. Tires/sprocket/chain have 150 miles on them. Bike runs without any hiccups (it's a VFR!). There is a light scrape on the front fender above the blinker, It was painted with factory paint by the previous owner and I didn't see it until he said something- you probably won't notice it until I point it out either. pic of the scrape is attached as well. Pickup/ ride off only,  Please email with any questions, thanks!
**Please only bid if you are able to pick up and pay for the bike immediately. Thanks.**

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