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1972 Honda Other on 2040-motos

US $2,250.00
YearYear:1972 MileageMileage:1

Eddington, Maine, United States

Eddington, Maine, United States
1972 Honda Other, US $2,250.00, image 1

Honda Other photos

1972 Honda Other, US $2,250.00, image 2 1972 Honda Other, US $2,250.00, image 3 1972 Honda Other, US $2,250.00, image 4

Honda Other description

1972 RARE first year of the rear suspension! this lil beauty runs just as good as it looks and is oem right down to tools oem that are still intact and on bike! brakes work starts great nice headlight great xmas gift! man cave lil cruiser or conversation piece motorcycle collector or enthusiest dont miss out get it while you can these are becoming extremly hard to find collectable desireable and valuable highly sot after ty for looking and happy holidays! (-: great investment!

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