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1989 Honda Other on 2040-motos

US $300.00
YearYear:1989 MileageMileage:2
Location:

Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, United States

Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, United States
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Honda Other photos

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Honda Other description

NEEDS A NEW BATTERY, DIED IN JUNE OF THIS YEAR. REBUILT MOTOR WAS INSTALLED IN 2014. ONLY DRIVEN IN SUMMER TIME AND ALWAYS KEPT INDOORS. WILL NEED A NEW REAR TIRE EVENTUALLY. RUNS GREAT! PICK UP ONLY!

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