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2004 Honda Shadow Aero (vt750c) on 2040-motos

YearYear:2004 MileageMileage:12040

Bowling Green, Florida

Bowling Green, FL
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2004 Honda Shadow Aero (VT750C), Honda Shadow Aero VT750C Mustang Seats (front & back) Memphis Fats windshield w/ quick dis. mounts Kuryakyn Floor boards (front & back) (original pegs included) Saddlebags, sissy bar, & lugage carrier Both tires have less than 5K miles on them. New GM battery less than 1 year old. Mechanically excellent condition, just serviced and ready to ride. $3,700.00

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