2004 Honda Interceptor on 2040-motos
Fresno, California, United States
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2004 Honda Interceptor VFR powered by 800cc V-4 VTEC DOHC engine. Needs new tires and brake pads but is otherwise in excellent condition and has been lightly used. 5.5 gallon tank, dual exhaust, liquid-cooled, 6-speed transmission. Top speed is rated at 145 mph. Two, 3-piston calipers on front wheel, and one, 3-piston caliper on the back wheel. Tool-bag, XL helmet, and magnetic tank bag included.Vehicle is based and sold in FRESNO,CA. Buyer is responsible for picking up the vehicle. Will accept cash only. Mileage just under 9,500.
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