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Used 2009 Aprilia Scarabeo on mail.2040motos

$4,599
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2009 Aprilia Scarabeo Asking Price: $4,599 OR BEST OFFER Mileage: 2,800 mis Condition: Post A Free Want Ad. I'm looking for a... Aprilia Scarabeo 2009 or Newer Description Seller's Notes: Beautiful, Must see! Body Style: Moped / Scooter Exterior: Dark Blue Gloss VIN: Request the VIN Seller's Comments Superb condition, Very well maintained, Adult owned and driven, Driven gently, All services are up to date (650mi checkup done), Bought this bike from the showroom, Owner sad to sell Options History · Travel trunk · Windshield · Great alarm system · Have added chrome license plate flags ($150) · Accident Free · Original Owner · Maintenance Records Available · Dealer Serviced · Clean · Garage Kept · Terrific Condition Seller Send the seller an email below to request their contact information.

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