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2004 Bmw R1150rt on 2040-motos

US $3500
YearYear:2004 MileageMileage:69 ColorColor: BLACK

Troy, New York, United States

Troy, New York, United States
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BMW R1150RT description

2004 BMW R1150RT Black special edition with radio.  The radio was a feature that came on the black RTs - heated grips - ABS - top case - cylinder protectors - new battery We have limited past service history but bike runs well and customer stated he always did oil changes every 3k during life of bike

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