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2004 Honda Vtx 1300c Cruiser on 2040-motos

US $5,200.00
YearYear:2004 MileageMileage:21 ColorColor: Red

morrisville, North Carolina, US

morrisville, NC, US
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Honda VTX tech info

TypeType:Cruiser PhonePhone:3364469289

Honda VTX description

2004 Honda Vtx 1300C... Always garage kept... Bike in great condition with new tires front and rear... *Kuryakyn Pro Series Hypercharger Air Cleaner... carb jet to match... *Kuryakyn grips, footpegs and mirrors... *National Cycle SwitchBlade Deflector Windshield with quick release attach. *Disc Brakes front and rear. *Alum Alloy Wheels New 19 Inch Front Rim New 170 Series Rear Tire... *in addition also comes with extra 18 Sissy Bar Backrest... *1 flaw on gas tank can be seen in picture... Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty. *Rides great and looking for a good biker that would love it like I do. *Buyer responsible for vehicle pick-up or shipping. $5,200.00 3364469289

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