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2004 Honda Crf 80 on 2040-motos

YearYear:2004 MileageMileage:0

Long Beach, California

Long Beach, CA
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Honda CRF photos

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Honda CRF tech info

TypeType:Dirt Bike PhonePhone:(562) 418-8290

Honda CRF description

2004 Honda Crf 80, This bike is immaculate! Well maintained and hardly ridden. Gas drained after each season. Tires are almost new; oil, filter, chain all serviced and ready to ride. Tags are current thru 2015. $1,100.00 5624188290

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