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1971 Other Makes on 2040-motos

YearYear:1971 MileageMileage:6
Location:

Vestal, New York, United States

Vestal, New York, United States
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Suzuki All photos

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Suzuki All description

TS250 1971 NOT PERFECT BUT A GOOD ORIG BIKE. RUNNING, WITH PAPERWORK. 6359 MILES. THE BODYWORK MIGHT HAVE BEEN PAINTED YEARS AGO. IT ISN'T REALLY NICE AND THE SCRATCHES HAVE GREEN UNDER THE ORANGE. THE CLEAR LENS ON THE SPEEDO IS BROKEN OFF. I THINK THE ONLY THINGS NEEDED TO PASS INSPECTION WOULD BE TIRES AND FORK SEALS. CAN DELIVER TO MID-OHIO FOR $100. BUYER MUST RESEARCH OWN SHIPPING OPTIONS. SHIPS FROM COMMERCIAL LOCATION. WILL CRATE FOR $100. CRATE SIZE: 79X45X22 350 LBS

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