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1979 Triumph Bonneville on 2040-motos

YearYear:1979 MileageMileage:5

Berwick, Maine, United States

Berwick, Maine, United States
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Triumph Bonneville photos

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Triumph Bonneville tech info

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Triumph Bonneville description

Nice original paint 79 Bonneville, been in storage a few years. Ran well when put away. 

Only 5,108 miles!!!!

Paint is faded but a great 
Unmolsested example 

For sale locally 

As is 

Sold with title, bill of sale, and official state transfer. 

Payment in form of a certified bank check. 

Shipping is the responsibility of the buyer. 

Please view my other items and message with any questions. 

Very nice rideable bike! 

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