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2001 Suzuki Savage Cruiser on 2040-motos

US $1,999.00
YearYear:2001 MileageMileage:3 ColorColor: Black

Big Bend, Wisconsin, US

Big Bend, WI, US
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TypeType:Cruiser Stock NumberStock Number:100189 PhonePhone:8778706297

Suzuki Other description

2001 Suzuki Savage, NEW TIRES, SHIELD, BACKREST, BAGS, CRASHBAR!!! - We can ship this for $399 anywhere in the Conti US. Give us a call toll free at 877=870-6297 or locally at 262-662-1500. Used Custom Cruiser Chopper Preowned Beginner Streetbike Bagger. There will be more pictures available upon request. We also offer great financing terms for qualifying credit. Call us for buying or trading your motorcycle, atv, or snowmobile.

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