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30852 Used 2006 Bmw K-series K1200 R on mail.2040motos

$3,390
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Eagle River, Alaska

Eagle River, AK

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#30852 Custom Black 2006 BMW K1200R w/ Akrapovic Evolution full exhaust system, ANTI-LOCK BRAKING SYSTEM, ESA, Warmed grips If you're not familiar with K1200R yet please do some research, and you'll find out that it's a BEAST of a bike. Tons of power (163 horsepower / 9... VISIT www.trumpetads.com for more information...

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