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Must Sell Or Trade Asap 2003 Suzuki Katana 600 on 2040-motos

$2,500
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Kansas City, Missouri

Kansas City, MO
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I NEED THIS BIKE GONE NOW RECENTLY SINGLE DAD OF 4 AND NEED A VEHICLE FOR THE KIDS RIGHT NOW IM USING MY DADS TRUCK BUT CANT FOR LONG NO CREDIBLE OFFER REFUSED2003 Suzuki Katana 600 Clear title 19xxx miles Fast Bike Comes with matching helment and a cover.In May 2013 bike had carbs completely rebuilt tune up new plugs oil change and new back tire put on battery is about a year and half old. Maintenance always well maintained always kept in garage. I have only ran premium gas since I have owned it but thats your preference. Just had bike completely checked out three weeks ago and had carbs recleaned absolutely nothing wrong with it. Bike also has K&N air filter and Yoshi exhaust was onit when I bought bike have been told it's a $800 exhaust system$2500 obo No Payments or possible trade for car, truck (must have full back bench seat) or s-u-v This is a ten year old bike don't be expecting a brand new bike does have a couple minor scratches and a dent in exhaust but as far as mechanical it is perfect Please no junk or low ball offers serious buyers onlyNo test ride unless you have your cash in hand or title (due to people wanting to test ride with no interest to buy)If interested call or text no emails

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