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1981 Honda Cb on 2040-motos

$800
YearYear:1981 MileageMileage:30000 ColorColor: brown

Honda CB tech info

TypeType:Cruiser PhonePhone:(610) 864-6258

Honda CB description

1981 Honda Cb , This 1981 Honda CB900 Custom will need work to run again. Mechanically everything is great except whatever it is that isn't. Cosmetically good. Something in the powertrain went kaput recently and I don't want to go digging around for it. I really really do not enjoy working on motorcycles, but I understand some people do. The mileage is approaching 30,000. Previous owners rebuilt all kinds of stuff (not the shaft/transmission/whatever linkage is now broken). If you like working on bikes or if you like this particular bike this is a good opportunity to get ahold of, if nothing else, a bunch of really nice low mileage original Honda CB900 Custom parts. All offers considered. $800.00 6108646258

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