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Vintage 1983 Husqvarna 250 Xc Dirtbike. Very Nice & Original Condition. No Res. on 2040-motos

US $705.00
YearYear:1983 MileageMileage:0 ColorColor: White
Location:

Lake Havasu City, Arizona, US

Lake Havasu City, Arizona, US
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Vintage 1983 Husqvarna 250 XC Dirtbike. Very Nice  & Original Condition. No Res., US $705.00, image 1

Husqvarna XC250 photos

Vintage 1983 Husqvarna 250 XC Dirtbike. Very Nice  & Original Condition. No Res., US $705.00, image 2 Vintage 1983 Husqvarna 250 XC Dirtbike. Very Nice  & Original Condition. No Res., US $705.00, image 3 Vintage 1983 Husqvarna 250 XC Dirtbike. Very Nice  & Original Condition. No Res., US $705.00, image 4 Vintage 1983 Husqvarna 250 XC Dirtbike. Very Nice  & Original Condition. No Res., US $705.00, image 5 Vintage 1983 Husqvarna 250 XC Dirtbike. Very Nice  & Original Condition. No Res., US $705.00, image 6 Vintage 1983 Husqvarna 250 XC Dirtbike. Very Nice  & Original Condition. No Res., US $705.00, image 7

Husqvarna XC250 tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):250 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller VINVIN:637960621H5

Husqvarna XC250 description

I'm selling what I feel to be a very very good example of an unrestored, un-damaged, and most unmodified 1983 Husqvarna XC250 Dirt bike. This bike is all original with a few VERY minor exceptions. Those minor exceptions being a replaced front fender, bars, and a spart arrestor (which is easily removed if so desired). The bike looks and runs very well, and although its not in need of restoration, it certainly would be a fantastic addition to somebody's collection should they choose to restore it to brand new. This would also make a  perfect vintage racer. We all know how fast and ahead of their time the older Husky's were. The fuel has been drained out & the inside of the tank is very nice. Its lived in Arizona for most of it's life and originally came from California many many years ago, so the bike has lived a stress free and rust free life. It was drained of it's fuel & put away about 7 years ago and has not been used since. The bike DOES run and has been ran since then, just not ridden or abused. If you have any questions, feel free to email or call me at 541-543-3477. I am selling my collection or motorcycles and now it's simply time to let somebody else enjoy them. I have a shipping source that will get this bike to anywhere in the United States very reasonably, so don't hesitate to bid because you're afraid it'll cost too much to get it to you. I would estimate around $250-$350 anyplace in the US.

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