2007 Honda Interceptor on 2040-motos
Louisburg, North Carolina, United States
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The bike is in very good condition, i just changed the oil with castrol actevo xtra and a kn filter, also replaced rear brake pads with new ebc pads. Also added foam grips and tank protector. Also includes the top sellerie seat with the gel option from france. Beautiful bike that was very well loved and driven. I bought it from a dealer who originally sold it to a 60 year old man in VA. I am the second owner and have loved the bike. It has about 17500 miles.
To watch the walk around video type "2007 vfr800 walk around for sale" into youtube.
If any questions email me for more pictures or whatever you need or you can text or call me at two19-eight51-four998, please watch the video to see the bike in the best detail
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