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1986 Honda Rebel Cruiser on 2040-motos

US $2,250.00
YearYear:1986 MileageMileage:9 ColorColor: Black

Apalachicola, Florida, US

Apalachicola, FL, US
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Honda Rebel photos

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Honda Rebel tech info

TypeType:Cruiser VINVIN:JH2PC1702GM009990 PhonePhone:2016381260

Honda Rebel description

1986 Honda Rebel , 1986 HONDA CMX450C REBEL - Rare Cruiser! Garaged Kept. Very Low Mileage (9,409). Tires in Good Condition! Newer Brakes New Battery. Recent Pro Maintenance. Slipstreamer Windshield Included. Leather Saddlebags/Brackets. New Jersey Title Bill of Sale offered. Condor Wheel Chock & Trailer Kit negotiable. *$2,250.00* Call: 201 638 1260. $2,250.00 2016381260

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