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Front Fender Mount Bracket 1973 Hodaka Combat Wombat 95 125 on 2040-motos

US $150
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Location:

Spanish Fork, Utah, United States

Spanish Fork, Utah, United States
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FRONT FENDER MOUNT BRACKET 1973 HODAKA COMBAT WOMBAT 95 125, US $150, image 1

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FRONT FENDER MOUNT BRACKET 1973 HODAKA COMBAT WOMBAT 95 125, US $150, image 2 FRONT FENDER MOUNT BRACKET 1973 HODAKA COMBAT WOMBAT 95 125, US $150, image 3 FRONT FENDER MOUNT BRACKET 1973 HODAKA COMBAT WOMBAT 95 125, US $150, image 4

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PARTS IN THIS LISTING ARE FROM: 1973 HODAKA COMBAT WOMBAT 125 MODEL 95

YOU ARE BIDDING ON: FRONT FENDER BRACKET

CONDITION:  DOES NOT APPEAR BENT. MOUNTS GOOD. HAS PITTING



INFO ABOUT THE BIKE IT WAS TAKEN OFF OF.

FRAME # D-20824 (LOC 10E1M)

MOTOR # J-055689

BUILD DATE: 1973

NA ORIGINAL MILES


ALL OF MY PARTS ARE USED, NOT PERFECT AND SOME MAY TAKE A LITTLE WORK TO USE.

DON'T BE OFFENDED IF IT IS DIRTY, OILY OR HAS GREASE ON IT.

YOU GET WHAT IS PICTURED AND NO MORE AND VERIFY IT WILL FIT YOUR BIKE BEFORE BIDDING.

 

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On Apr-23-12 at 22:07:36 PDT, seller added the following information:

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