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2008 Aprilia Scarabeo 200 Scooter on mail.2040motos

US $2,795.00
YearYear:2008 MileageMileage:1 ColorColor: Blue
Location:

Kenmore, Washington, US

Kenmore, WA, US
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Aprilia Scarabeo photos

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Aprilia Scarabeo tech info

TypeType:Scooter PhonePhone:2067152741

Aprilia Scarabeo description

2008 Aprilia Scarabeo 200, Like new, low miles. Lots of storage room, always covered, never dropped. 70 mpg $2,795.00 2067152741

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