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2008 Aprilia Shiver 750cc on 2040-motos

$5,800
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Aprilia Shiver description

2008 Aprilia Shiver 750Only 2898misThis motorcycle is nothing but my baby. It is stored inside the house and is very well taken care of. It as only went 2000mis since it was completely tuned and adjusted at the aprilia dealer. This is the most comfortable but sportbike style there is. It is way more reliable then a ducati monster and this is nicer. It has been maintained to a higher then standard then aprilia recommends, fluids have been changed several times in 3000mis. This is my pride and joy but its time for change. Call or text Ren- Motul factory fluids. - many other great features!- t-rex racing crash protection kit- Dunlop tires no wear- three mode map settings (Sport, Touring, Rain)- Tank protector.- evotech license plate bracket

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