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Used 2008 Harley Davidson Softail Deluxe For Sale. on ns1.2040-motos

$11,950
YearYear:0 MileageMileage:4
Location:

Amarillo, Texas

Amarillo, TX

Harley-Davidson Softail tech info

VINVIN:1HD1JD5188Y052949

Harley-Davidson Softail description

ALMOST NEW AT A MUCH CHEAPER PRICE---4300 mileS AND COMPLETELY STOCK--READY FOR YOU TO CUSTOMIZE BANK FINANCING AVAILABLE

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