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2003 Aprilia Tuono Rsv1000 on mail.2040motos

$5,499
YearYear:2003 MileageMileage:9318
Location:

Lakeville, Minnesota

Lakeville, MN
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Aprilia TUONO description

2003 APRILIA TUONO RSV1000, RIDE ALL DAY IN COMFORT ON THIS BAD BOY.STUPID FAST STREET FIGHTER BIKE V-TWIN 1000CC EQUIPPED WITH APRILIA RACE EXHAUST SYSTEMGREAT SOUNDING EXHAUST NOTES!! *BRING ME ALL OFFERS AND TRADES WELCOME

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