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2014 Honda Interstate Abs (vt1300cta) on 2040-motos

$14,240
YearYear:2014 MileageMileage:0
Location:

Austin, Texas

Austin, TX

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TypeType:Cruiser PhonePhone:(877) 617-3791

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2014 HONDA Interstate ABS (VT1300CTA), Long Distance Operator. Who hasnt dreamed of owning an awesome custom motorcycle? And who hasnt dreamed of taking off for a weekendor a weekand going on a nice long ride where the cell phone doesnt ring and theres no email to answer? Thats what the Honda Interstate is all about. With its 1,312 cc V-twin engine, the Interstate is the ultimate expression of progressive retro cruiser styling, with one big difference: its built to go the (long) distance, with touring features like floorboards, roomy leather-clad saddlebags and a custom windscreen.

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