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1972 Honda Cb 100 on ns1.2040-motos

US $404.09
YearYear:1972 MileageMileage:6130 ColorColor: White and Blue

Lonsdale, Minnesota, US

Lonsdale, Minnesota, US
1972 Honda CB 100, US $404.09, image 1

Honda CB photos

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Honda CB tech info

TypeType:Touring Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):100 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller VINVIN:CB100121769

Honda CB description

1972 CB 100 with 6100 original miles, runs and drives good.Shifts through all five gears, brakes work, has a new rear tire, chrome is in good shape .Gas tank is clean on the inside. Bike is complete except for the mirrors, the left side cover is cracked and the front fender has some small dents. Sold as is Where is, No Warranty, buyer is responsible for pick up or shipping.

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