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96 Honda Rebel 250cc on 2040motos

$1,800
YearYear:0 MileageMileage:2
Location:

Wilmington, Delaware

Wilmington, DE

Honda Rebel description

Porter Rd 1996 Honda Rebel 2502,565misHas small dent on tank (not creased... can probably pop out easily)Call or text to set up a time to look at the bike and finalize any deals.

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Wed, 01 Feb 2012

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2010 Honda V4 Teaser [video]

Tue, 25 Aug 2009

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Thumbs up for a chilly N.E.C.

Wed, 08 Dec 2010

Apart from the freaky weather I have to say last week’s Carole Nash Motorcycle Live N.E.C. show was the best Birmingham event I've attended in the ten years. I really appreciate the fact that manufacturers chose to ignore the recession giving us great stands to cater for every enthusiast young and old.  Aprilia made a welcome return and I don’t know anyone that didn’t enjoy admiring the WSB RSV4, surely the the most gorgeous bike on the planet? The Honda stand rarely disappoints and this year was no exception with banking bikes providing fun for all the family.