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2005 Honda St1300 Sport Touring on 2040-motos

US $6,499.00
YearYear:2005 MileageMileage:48 ColorColor: Candy Dark Red
Location:

Del City, Oklahoma, US

Del City, OK, US
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TypeType:Sport Touring Stock NumberStock Number:300860 PhonePhone:8885945073

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2005 Honda ST1300, SUMMER SELL-ABRATION!! CLEAN WITH LOW MILES AND READY TO TOUR!!Honda's ST1300 has set the standard as the finest, most performance-packed sport-tourer the world has ever known. With its potent, longitudinally mounted V-4 engine, rigid twin-spar aluminum chassis and sleek bodywork, complemented by deluxe features like an electronically adjustable windscreen, it's easy to see why gas is the only thing you'd occasionally want to stop for.

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