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1972 Honda Cb on 2040-motos

US $1,499.99
YearYear:1972 MileageMileage:14

Martinsville, Indiana, United States

Martinsville, Indiana, United States
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Honda CB description

I have a nice 1972 Honda cb350 for sale.  Bike needs a battery but ran good before winter.   Just probably needs tuned up.  Chrome is nice and overall the bike is in good shape for a 72.  Good tires.  I have a clear Indiana title in hand.  Please feel free to call with any questions  317-496-8803

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