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2006 Honda Custom 900 on 2040-motos

$6,900
YearYear:2006 MileageMileage:0
Location:

POMPANO BAEACH, Florida

POMPANO BAEACH, FL
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TypeType:Cruiser PhonePhone:(954) 591-9360

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2006 Honda Custom 900, lots of upgrades, custom paint, custom forks, seats, lights, new tires, custom carbs custom wheels custome mirrors, wide tires etc price for bike seaon only, ready to sell! 9545919360 title only $6,900.00 9545919360

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