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2008 Aprilia Scarabeo 100 Scooter on mail.2040motos

US $2,299.00
YearYear:2008 MileageMileage:0 ColorColor: Shine Red
Location:

Grand Rapids, Michigan, US

Grand Rapids, MI, US
2008 Aprilia Scarabeo 100  Scooter , US $2,299.00, image 1

Aprilia Scarabeo tech info

TypeType:Scooter Stock NumberStock Number:50008 PhonePhone:8885415422

Aprilia Scarabeo description

2008 Aprilia Scarabeo 100, . - Scarabeo 100 is the perfect synthesis between classical and contemporary design: confirming their uniqueness and unmistakable style, for beauty that never goes out of fashion. Lightweight and maneuverable, Scarabeo is the perfect combination of style and functionality. The four-stroke engine guarantees smooth without loosing on acceleration efficiency.

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