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1986 Honda Spree Part Out. on 2040-motos

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Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Milwaukee, WI

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I have this 1986 Honda Spree. Got it in non-working condition. Put TONS of TLC into this thing. Fresh motor rebuild, new lines, filters, carb cleaned in Ultra-Sonic machine, new spark plug. We pretty much overhauled everything. It runs good, but it accelerates really slowly, and has a top speed of like 25mph. Could be clutch springs or cdi box. Has a title.It's winter now and the last thing on my mind is this moped. Want to try to get her going again? We can work out a deal.If not, I can part it out. Let me know what you need.262-397-614one

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