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2004 Suzuki Vl800bk4 Cruiser *price Drop* (port Orchard) on 2040-motos

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Seattle, Washington

Seattle, WA
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2004 Suzuki VL800BK4 Cruiser *Price Drop* (Port Orchard), $3,900, image 1

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Christmas is coming !!!2004 Suzuki with low miles 7300. Always mistaken for a fatboy, lots of chrome, very nice, very comfortable and smooth ride. It's never been dumped. Always kept in the garage and polished, never went on any serious rides. No issues and very clean ride ! Comes with saddlebags, two helmets, bike cover, all manuals. Clear title!MUST SEE IN PERSON!! PLS. CALL TO SET UP AN APPOINTMENT.Phone: 360-850-XXXX Call or text$3900.00 OBO serious offers only please

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