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Used 2004 Aprilia Atlantic 500 on mail.2040motos

$6,000
YearYear:0 MileageMileage:3
Location:

Hampstead, Maryland

Hampstead, MD

Aprilia Other description

2004 Aprilia ATLANTIC 500 Asking Price: $6,000 OR BEST OFFER Mileage: 3,425mis Condition: Post A Free Want Ad. I'm looking for a... Aprilia ATLANTIC 500 2004 or Newer Description Seller's Notes: Contact Seller for Info Body Style: Moped / Scooter Exterior: DARK BLUE METALLIC VIN: Request the VIN Seller's Comments 2004 Aprilia Atlantic 500 - Dark Blue Metallic Paint - Superb Condition - second Owner - New Tires - New Regulator -New Battery - New 2012 Voyager Convertible Kit (fits most Harley Davidson's) - Runs good - Drives great - Very Clean - Well Maintained Options History · Water Cooled · Security · Windshield · · Accident Free · Clean · Garage Kept · Exceptional Condition

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