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Vtg 1977 Hodaka Motorcycle How To Trail Ride Factory Literature Book Manual on 2040-motos

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Boyne City, Michigan, United States

Boyne City, Michigan, United States
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Vintage 1977 Hodaka How To Trail Ride Factory Literature Dealership Brochure. Book is in good shape just some minor signs of usage and handling. Please see photographs for best description of cosmetic condition and style.  

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