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2000 Kawasaki Kx100 on 2040-motos

$950
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Anchorage, Alaska

Anchorage, AK

Kawasaki Other description

CHRISTMAS SPECIAL!!!!im selling a 2000 kawasaki kx 100 2 stroke for $950 it is in super condition it runs and it rips im sad to see it go but i need a bigger bike has brand new rear wheel barrings and the tires are in terrific condition it would be a great present for a kid or just for you wanna come look at it give me a call or txt at or shoot me an email.

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