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2002 Bmw K 1200 Lt Touring on 2040-motos

US $6,900.00
YearYear:2002 MileageMileage:79 ColorColor: Pacific Blue
Location:

Covington, Louisiana, US

Covington, LA, US
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TypeType:Touring PhonePhone:9859661583

BMW Other description

2002 BMW K 1200 LT, Garage kept serviced on time by BMW every time. Has communication system helmet to helmet, CB, GPS, recent clutch job, new rear tire, and abs controller recently changed. Heated seats and handle grips. Motolights, and Corbin custom seat. $6,900.00 9859661583

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