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1989 Honda Goldwing Trike on 2040-motos

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Amarillo, Texas

Amarillo, TX
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1989 Honda Goldwing Trike, $15,000, image 1

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This is a 1989 and trailer that you have to see to beleieve. When people see it, they can not believe it's not much newer. It is LOADED. GL1500, reverse, adjustable Tulsa windshield, leg bug deflectors, additional halogen headlamps, illuminated wheels, am/fm cassette stereo with rear speakers, cruise control, adjustable suspension, deer whistles, two ARIA helmets with intercom, cb radio, fresh tune-up, new battery, covers for bike and trailer, complete complete service log, and much more. This trike is ready for a road trip. Runs well. Rides smooth. If your are serious about getting a trike, this is 1 you need to look at. Hit me up for more pics,by email.... Sorry, but no test rides without money...Financing Is Available! Engine Description:

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