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1979 Honda Cx500 Fully Dressed {more Pictures} on 2040-motos

$500
YearYear:0 MileageMileage:20
Location:

Modesto, California

Modesto, CA

Honda Other description

I have a 1979 Honda cx500 -I can get it to start -All electrical is Good-Fully dressed-Comes with Saddle bags-20,000 mis-Its been sitting for years-Tags are out the dmv system-Vin # is PC01E-4001913$500 firmThanks Eric

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