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2001 Kawasaki Crotch Rocket on 2040-motos

$500
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Portland, Maine

Portland, ME
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2001 Kawasaki crotch rocket the engine has seized on the bike so it'll just be for salvaging parts looking for someone to take the bike do too I'm in the army and just need it off my hands I'm willing to sell at 500 or best offer it's a great bike but you just need to fix it up if you have the time

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