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Vintage Moto Guzzi Benelli Motorcycle Chrome Springs on 2040-motos

US $20.00
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Barnesville, Ohio, United States

Barnesville, Ohio, United States
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Vintage motorcycle heavy duty chrome springs. The springs come from the estate of an avid Moto Guzzi, Benelli and other European bike and moped collector. I would say the springs go to one of these bikes. The springs measure 7 inches long and 2 7/8 at their widest point. The chrome still has a nice shine. The springs have been in storage so a good SOS pad cleaning will bring out their shine. The springs looks good to me, I do not see any damage but I am not an expert on the vintage bike parts. There is a 30 day return on the part if you are not happy with it. I am leaving it up to the buyer who will know more about the part than me to inspect it for safety and function. I will be listing other vintage Italian and English motorcycle and moped parts soon.  Thanks for looking.

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