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1994 Honda Gl1500 Goldwing, California Trike on 2040-motos

YearYear:0 MileageMileage:61

Kansas City, Missouri

Kansas City, MO
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1994 Honda GL1500 Goldwing California Trike, 61229 mi-----Very, very nice condition, runs and rides excellent, well kept and sharp. Has all the goodies, CB, stereo, onboard air suspension, electronic cruise control, and reverse . Paint and body are excellent also, pearl white factory paint with custom scroll work, no cracks or damage, aluminum wheels with California Trike logo centercaps, great rubber all the way around. Seat is perfect, as is windshield. A lot of add on chrome accessories, trailer hitch, and cornering light kit. 1 flaw is the center LCD (middle of gauges) has a little quot;bleedingquot; around the outside, very common to these bike, and it does work fine, just not perfect yet...other than that, a few almost unnoticeable touched up rock chips or very light scratches is it, nothing damaged or repaired, extremely sharp and clean. Starts easy, idles right, and runs out smooth, no leaks, smoke, or odd noises, everything works well, brakes, lamps, battery and charging system, clutch, signals, accessories, etc----Clean title

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