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2006 Honda Goldwing Hannigan Trike Nav Abs 2006 on 2040-motos

$4,201
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2006 Honda Goldwing Hannigan Trike Nav Abs 2006, $4,201, image 1

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2006 Honda Goldwing Hannigan Trike NAV ANTI-LOCK BRAKING SYSTEM This bike has it all Attractive tires Corbin Seat CB radio EZ Steer passenger armrests highway pegs trunk rack heated seats heated handlebar grips running boards aux gas tank driver backrest and a light strip above the motor Also this bike has ANTI-LOCK BRAKING SYSTEM brakes and a factory Navigation system The motor and transmission are in good shape The Hannigan kit has a spoiler with lamps in it Also this bike has a headlamp modulator in the front to increase your visibility to other drivers The only imperfections on this bike is a small chip on the left fender in front of the rear tire and light scratches on the right side of the rear spoiler these can be seen in the photos The Hannigan kit has independent rear suspension Clean title in hand Mileage 22 837

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