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2001 Bmw K1200lt-c Custom With 2001 Kristi Enclosed Trailer on mail.2040motos

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Sacramento, California

Sacramento, CA

BMW Other description

2001 BMW K1200LT-C Custom two , zero miles. Standard features plus customization : HID headlamp, custom and standard windscreen, Autocom two rider communication and audio system, rider floorboards and original pegs, Garmin Zumo 665 motorcycle Navi/XM, Rider seat back, Optima dry-cell battery, integrated family and CB radio wiring and antennas, custom illuminated side markers, aux fuse box, Compact disc player, pin striping, brake blinking light and helmet locking license plate frame, upgraded trunk mechanism included but not installed, Muth integrated turn signals in rear view mirrors, BMR Products Co-Pilot Shelf System, BMW side bag luggage, BMW drink holder, curb lamps, PIAA aux lamps, rubber side guards with spares. etc.

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