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2005 Honda Gl1800 1800 on 2040-motos

$11,500
YearYear:2005 MileageMileage:105369 ColorColor: Silver
Location:

Highland, California

Highland, CA
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2005 Honda GL1800 1800, 2005 GL1800, W/Honda CB, Arm Rest, Custom Seat Cover, Back Rest, Trunk Rack, Chrome Trunk & Saddlebag Trim, Chrome Brake Pedal, Chrome Mirror Trim, Chrome Radiator Trim, Chrome Passenger Plates, Chrome Air Intake Trim and MUCH More... This bike with 105369 miles is a Great Buy at $11,500.00 "This One You Gotta See"

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