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Used 1990 Honda Goldwing Gl1500 For Sale on 2040-motos

YearYear:0 MileageMileage:49

Provo, Utah

Provo, UT
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1990 Honda Goldwing GL 1500 Cruiser. This 1990 Honda Goldwing GL 1500 Cruiser is in exceptional condition. Displacement, 1520.00 ccm. Engine type, six cyl boxer, 4 stroke. Gearbox, 5 gear with reverse. Front brakes, Double Disc. Rear brakes, Single Disc. Extra chrome. New battery. Includes Trunk Includes Windshield. Includes full cover and saddle bags. 49,110mis. Original owner. All the maintenance has been done and is up to date. Recently had the timing belts checked and adjusted. Oil has been changes every year. New tires, front and rear brakes and the front forks resealed last year. Also has nice chrome trim and a rear trunk rack. Serious inquires only. Qualified buyers are eligible for Financing, Nationwide Shipping and Extended Warranties.

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