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1973 Hodaka 125 Wombat Frame C-19677 Chain & Rr Brake on 2040-motos

US $82.47
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Crystal Falls, Michigan, United States

Crystal Falls, Michigan, United States
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1973 HODAKA 125 WOMBAT FRAME C-19677 CHAIN & Rr BRAKE, US $82.47, image 1

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1973 HODAKA 125 WOMBAT FRAME C-19677 CHAIN & Rr BRAKE, US $82.47, image 2 1973 HODAKA 125 WOMBAT FRAME C-19677 CHAIN & Rr BRAKE, US $82.47, image 3

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1973 HODAKA 125 WOMBAT FRAME C-19677 CHAIN & Rr BRAKE

 
Everything U see U get - pedal moves but I didnt want to ruin anything taking it off so I left it on! Same with the chain (both are useable) - the frame #: C19677 is in excellent condition - everything U see U get! The other parts I have off this bike - including internal engine parts will be listed in the near future! NOTE ON SHIPPING: WILL NOT SHIP INTERNATIONAL (OVERSEAS) OR TO ALASKA!
   

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  ** *RETURNS ***I have a **No Hastle**  MONEY BACK  guarantee on most items purchased ( Including all electronics :) 
Idont
expect anyone to pay for a bad part.!  There is NO return on all LARGER items which include :
Complete Bikes / Bike Frames / Engines / & all "oversize 2-3" shipped items (these larger items are all SOLD AS IS)! 
 
   

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