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***immaculate*** 1986 Suzuki Cavalcade Lx 1400 Perfect Paint,zero Rust!! on 2040-motos

US $3,100.00
YearYear:1986 MileageMileage:63167 ColorColor: Tan
Location:

Indianapolis, Indiana, US

Indianapolis, Indiana, US
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***IMMACULATE*** 1986 SUZUKI CAVALCADE LX 1400 PERFECT PAINT,ZERO RUST!!, US $3,100.00, image 1

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***IMMACULATE*** 1986 SUZUKI CAVALCADE LX 1400 PERFECT PAINT,ZERO RUST!!, US $3,100.00, image 2 ***IMMACULATE*** 1986 SUZUKI CAVALCADE LX 1400 PERFECT PAINT,ZERO RUST!!, US $3,100.00, image 3 ***IMMACULATE*** 1986 SUZUKI CAVALCADE LX 1400 PERFECT PAINT,ZERO RUST!!, US $3,100.00, image 4 ***IMMACULATE*** 1986 SUZUKI CAVALCADE LX 1400 PERFECT PAINT,ZERO RUST!!, US $3,100.00, image 5 ***IMMACULATE*** 1986 SUZUKI CAVALCADE LX 1400 PERFECT PAINT,ZERO RUST!!, US $3,100.00, image 6 ***IMMACULATE*** 1986 SUZUKI CAVALCADE LX 1400 PERFECT PAINT,ZERO RUST!!, US $3,100.00, image 7

Suzuki Other tech info

TypeType:Touring Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):1400 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller VINVIN:JS1VX71A5G2100962

Suzuki Other description

These bikes don't come up for sale very often so here is your chance to own a stunning Suzuki Cavalcade LX gv1400. This bike is a 2 owner and has been garage kept in controlled temperature setting since new. With a little over 63,000 babied miles this bike is just getting broken in. The list of options on this bike are just too long to list but they do include air ride suspension, 2-tone flawless paint, cruise control, AM/FM stereo, passenger controlled air lumbar and seat for optimal comfort on those long rides, passenger controls for stereo, CB and intercom systems. Loads of shiny chrome, auxiliary lighting and a ton of locking storage. Also included is the factory owners manual, (3) factory "Calvacade" insignia travel bags, a factory "Calvacade" insignia helmet and a drivers backrest. The seat is in like-new condition, the bike has zero rust and no scratches. The bike is in stunning condition for a bike of its age yet has a classic look of a bike 20 years newer. This bike was way ahead of its time and the Goldwing could not compete with the amenities the Cavalcade had to offer as standard equipment. The motor is very strong with instant power when needed and the ride is smooth and very comfortable. Why spend $40,000-$50,000 for a new Tourer when you can spend just a fraction of the price for this beautiful and classic motorcycle. Bid with confidence on this one. Fly in and ride home! (Buyer responsible for all pickup or shipping costs) ***NOTE - ANY BIDDER WITH LESS THAN 10 POSITIVE FEEDBACKS MUST CONTACT THE SELLER PRIOR TO PURCHASING THIS MOTORCYCLE*** ***NOTE*** the cracked plastic on right side compartment on the fairing is just the map holder door but can replaced for under $20 at cade king dot com, in the world of GPS there really was no need to replace. Also the left side compartment door on the fairing is complete and comes with the bike, the lock just needed to be replaced for that compartment door and has since been replaced.*** This bike is also being advertised locally therefore this auction may end at any time if the bike does sell through the local advertising.

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