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1994 Honda Aspencade, Goldwing on ns1.2040-motos

YearYear:0 MileageMileage:63

Hibbing, Minnesota

Hibbing, MN
1994 Honda Aspencade, Goldwing, $6,400, image 1

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1994 Honda Aspencade, Goldwing: 63K miles, power reverse, engine guards, electronic cruise, adjustable air shocks, hitch, AM-FM cassette, driver and passenger (adjustable) floor boards, side vents, luggage rack, original manual and tool kit, black factory finish, loaded, new tabs. Tires are in good condition. Body in superb condition. Has a trailer hitch. New battery, oil changed, carbs just cleaned and bike professionally checked over. Comes with factory Honda bike cover. Extra large windshield. Well cared for, sweet ride! Email or call 218-262-XXXX. $6,400 or Best Offer

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