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2006 Honda Vtx 1800 on 2040-motos

$6,500
YearYear:2006 MileageMileage:4900
Location:

Chesapeake, Virginia

Chesapeake, VA
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Honda VTX photos

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Honda VTX tech info

TypeType:Cruiser

Honda VTX description

2006 Honda Vtx 1800, This is a single owner bike in excellent condition with only 4900 miles, it has been garaged and kept out of the elements. It has after market Cobra exhaust, Paladin backrest, Memphis Shades windscreen and a new battery, last service was 4000 mi. It has been ridden easy and never dropped, handles very nicely for an 800 lb bike but I would not recommend it for a beginner. If interested please call anytime: 757 201 5849, no text. Cash or Bank Check ONLY, no trades! $6,500.00

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