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2006 Suzuki Gsxr1000 on 2040-motos

YearYear:0 MileageMileage:17

Austin, Indiana

Austin, IN
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I have a 2006 Suzuki GSXR1000 with roughly 17k miles on it. It has a yosh slip on exhaust, pcv, new front tire, new brake pads, and a new front tire. The bike has been laid down previously so it is in need of a new front left fairing. Bike runs and rides well and has a clear title. I do have a loan against it so your trade must be of equal value or you put up a little cash to cover the difference. Mainly looking for another lsx vehicle to trade for, Camaro, trans am, gto, vette. just shoot me an offer. worst I can do is say no thanks. If sale is cash would like to get $5500 out of it.

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