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Demo Gray 2007 Aprilia Scarabeo 500ie Scooter on mail.2040motos

$3,299
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Seattle, Washington

Seattle, WA

Aprilia Scarabeo description

7701 Aurora Ave. N. VIN ZD4VRC0047S000129Price: $3,299 plus $350 freight to dealer, $270 setup, and tax, title, & license unless verifiable out-of-state residency Approximate mileage: 175Includes:Tool kitCD of owner's handbook & factory service manualFactory two-year unlimited-mile warranty with Roadside Assistance begins when purchasedFinancing: 3.99% for 60 mnths OAC through Sheffield Financial, adds $50 document fee to amount financed, expires November 30, 2013.Here's more on this bike and others we have available:http://www.motointernational.com/catalogLegal in:All US states and Canada (has California compliance sticker)Can be seen at:Moto International7701 Aurora Ave. N.Seattle, WA 98103Hours: Tues. - Fri. nine - 6, Sat ten - 5

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Wed, 22 Jun 2011 00:00:00 -0700

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