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1982 Honda Gl1100 Touring on 2040-motos

US $1,795.00
YearYear:1982 MileageMileage:16 ColorColor: Blue

East Moline, Iowa, US

East Moline, IA, US
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TypeType:Touring Stock NumberStock Number:CW4449 PhonePhone:8883917341

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1982 Honda GL1100, 1982 Honda GL1100 standard with Windjammer fairing, custom paint and custom exhaust. With only 16,000 miles on it, this bike runs great. It has been completely serviced and is ready to ride. It is located at Brennys Cycle Works in East Moline, Il. Call 309-796-1664.

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