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2002 Suzuki Vl800 Custom Cruiser Zombie Edition on 2040-motos

$4,895
YearYear:0 MileageMileage:4
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Seattle, Washington

Seattle, WA
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2002 Suzuki Intruder Volusia VL800. 800cc V-twin, liquid cooled. Lowered 3" front and rear, Vance and Hines Drag Pipes, carb re-jetted for drag pipes with Dyna-Jet kit, drag bars with riser, custom forward controls, custom grips, shaved rear fender, side mount brake light and license plate, terrific tires, plenty of chrome, Custom two-tone dupont paint, Oxford II green metallic over super jet black w/ custom Zombie Skull airbrushing. Bike runs good and gets 42+ miles-per-gallon. Currently has luggage rack and solo seat, but rear passenger seat is included. Only 4106 original miles, always garage kept. Custom paint has never seen rain. $4895 or BO. call or text.

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