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1979 Honda Cx500 Fully Dressed {more Pictures} on 2040motos

$500
YearYear:0 MileageMileage:20
Location:

Modesto, California

Modesto, CA

Honda Other description

I have a 1979 Honda cx500 -I can get it to start -All electrical is Good-Fully dressed-Comes with Saddle bags-20,000 mis-Its been sitting for years-Tags are out the dmv system-Vin # is PC01E-4001913$500 firmThanks Eric

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You may know Brock’s Performance as one of the leading tuners of motorcycles that go seriously fast. From 200 mph dragsters to 200-plus horsepower sportbikes, but in reality, if it has an engine and two wheels, Brock can help make it go faster. Case in point is the hugely popular Honda Grom. The Brock’s Performance Alien Head Full Exhaust System ($399.95) for Honda’s pint-sized Grom combines legendary, race-proven performance with the distinctive look and sound of a show-polished Alien Head muffler.

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