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2007 Honda Shadow Aero on 2040-motos

US $6,299.00
YearYear:2007 MileageMileage:0
Location:

Mobile, Alabama, US

Mobile, AL, US
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Honda Shadow tech info

PhonePhone:8882208155

Honda Shadow description

2007 HONDA SHADOW AERO, This bike's sweet retro styling accents is at an unbelievable price. Long, low, powerful and covered in chrome from the fork covers to the rear brake pedal, with spoked wheels and classic valanced fenders, the 750 cc V-twin Shadow Aero delivers full-size looks and muscle at a mid-size price. This motorcycle is the perfect choice for discerning riders who demand more for less. Stop by and take a look at it yourself!

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