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2005 Bmw F 650 Gs Super Moto on mail.2040motos

US $5,300.00
YearYear:2005 MileageMileage:0
Location:

anchorage, Alaska, US

anchorage, AK, US
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TypeType:Super Moto PhonePhone:7733065761

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2005 BMW F 650 GS, BMW f650gs 2005 (single cylinder) 7500 miles on the clock, excellent condition, heated grips, abs, nearly new heidenau 50/50 tyres with 1500 mile wear. BMW engine bars, front mounted tool box, Dakar wind shield, moose racing pannier rack with mounts for peli cases (no panniers), 2 spare inner tubes, sheep skin seat cover, recent 6000 mile BMW service, good partial service history. $5300 Ono Contact rob on 773 306 5761 for more information. $5,300.00 7733065761

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