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2004 Black Aprilia Mojito 50 on mail.2040motos

$1,598
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Aprilia Other tech info

VINVIN:ZD4PKU1054S000198

Aprilia Other description

The Aprilia Mojito is a nice 49cc scooter with a comfortable seat and wide handle bars. It's retro looks are well liked by lots of scooter riders. The 49cc engine is very forgiving and the scooter is perfect for close in commuting on city streets. This none is in very terrific shape and it doesn't require a large investment to buy this Italian beauty. - - - Contact SF Moto at 415-255-XXXX or XXXX@yahoo.com for more info. - A little bit about us, SF Moto is a locally owned shop catering to 1st time scooter & motorcycle buyers. We have a huge selection of Helmets & Apparel, PLUS a great selection of pre-owned motorcycles & scooters. If you are in San Francisco please come by and visit. To see more bikes & scooters for sale check out our website at www.sfmoto.com Call 415-255-XXXX OPEN HOURS are Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00AM to 6:00PM, We are allways closed Sunday and Monday. Our location is 275 eighth. Street San Francisco CA. 94103. This is in the south of market area of San Francisco just off the Bay Bridge. -

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