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2005 Honda Vtx1800s Cruiser on 2040motos

US $6,950.00
YearYear:2005 MileageMileage:9 ColorColor: Green
Location:

Carterville, Illinois, US

Carterville, IL, US
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Honda VTX photos

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Honda VTX tech info

TypeType:Cruiser Stock NumberStock Number:C1957 VINVIN:1HFSC49N55A303742 PhonePhone:8883416055

Honda VTX description

2005 Honda VTX1800S, 2005 Honda VTX1800S

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