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Honda : Shadow 2004 Honda Shadow Sabre on 2040-motos

$3,200
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Jenkins, Kentucky

Jenkins, KY
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Honda Shadow description

Great Running, Terrific Looking, and sounds Awesome! This bike has dual saddle bags, chrome everything, all parts and pieces are in exceptional shape. Black with ghost flames. Custom exhaust. Only defect is dent in side of gas tank, looks as though it was leaned against something, not noticable unless you are looking for it, but paint is not scratched. Very little to no chips in paint. All chrome is immaculate. Must ride and hear to appreciate. Would consider trade for car, truck, or S-U-V of equal value. Will deliver within reasonable distance for $1.00 mi

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