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Bobber, Custom, Honda Super Magna, 700 Cc, Runs Great, 23,800 Miles on 2040motos

US $3,000.00
YearYear:1987 MileageMileage:23800 ColorColor: Red
Location:

Eatontown, New Jersey, US

Eatontown, New Jersey, US
Bobber, Custom, Honda Super Magna, 700 CC, Runs Great, 23,800 Miles, US $3,000.00, image 1

Honda Magna photos

Bobber, Custom, Honda Super Magna, 700 CC, Runs Great, 23,800 Miles, US $3,000.00, image 2 Bobber, Custom, Honda Super Magna, 700 CC, Runs Great, 23,800 Miles, US $3,000.00, image 3 Bobber, Custom, Honda Super Magna, 700 CC, Runs Great, 23,800 Miles, US $3,000.00, image 4 Bobber, Custom, Honda Super Magna, 700 CC, Runs Great, 23,800 Miles, US $3,000.00, image 5 Bobber, Custom, Honda Super Magna, 700 CC, Runs Great, 23,800 Miles, US $3,000.00, image 6 Bobber, Custom, Honda Super Magna, 700 CC, Runs Great, 23,800 Miles, US $3,000.00, image 7

Honda Magna tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):700 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller VINVIN:1HFRC

Honda Magna description

1987 Honda Super Magna, Red, 700CC V Four, Quick, Light and Nimble, Radically Lowered Rear (yet still a softail for back comfort), Arlen Ness styled exhaust, Forward Controls, Runs Great. Clear Title in Hand

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