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27602 Used 1973 Kawasaki H2 Mpr Roadracer on 2040-motos

$6,790
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Anchor Point, Alaska

Anchor Point, AK

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#27602 1973 KAWASAKI H2 MPR ROADRACER....NEW 2011 BUILD..ONLY ONE LAP ON BIKE...BRUTALY FAST!!!! THIS IS THE BIKE THAT WAS ON DISPLAY AT THE BARBER VINTAGE FESTIVAL THIS OCTOBER..............SPECS INCLUDE; 750CC WISECO PISTONS..38MM LECTRON CARB... VISIT www.trumpetads.com for more information...

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2013 US Motorcycle Sales Data

Tue, 04 Feb 2014

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