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2006 Honda Interceptor Vfr800 Sportbike on 2040-motos

US $5,700.00
YearYear:2006 MileageMileage:7

Grand Blanc, Michigan, US

Grand Blanc, MI, US
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Honda Interceptor tech info

TypeType:Sportbike VINVIN:JH2RC46176M800227 PhonePhone:8104442757

Honda Interceptor description

2006 Honda Interceptor VFR800, Excellent Honda Interceptor in all black. Great shape and a great riding bike. Minor blemishes on bike from over the years but barely noticeable. I have new tires, Road Pilot 3's, that will come with the bike. Whoever buys the bike wont be disappointed. All the looks of a racer with the feel of a daily cruiser. Has Passenger seat cowl for seat (not pictured). Will also throw in a black Scorpion EXO helmet with a smoke and clear shield. Contact Tom at (810) 444-2757. $5700 or Best offer. $5,700.00 8104442757

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