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Used 2008 Bmw F 800 St For Sale on mail.2040motos

$9,000
YearYear:0 MileageMileage:3
Location:

Sonoma, California

Sonoma, CA

BMW Other tech info

VINVIN:WB10244018ZR11132

BMW Other description

I have a nearly new, tastefully modified, in Terrific condition! It is beautiful in Graphitan with all the factory options. I had the wind screenpainted candy charcoal. I added Vario levers made in Italy, and a LeoVince exhaust, Throttle Meister cruise control end weights, a fender extender, a KandN air filter, and a more comfortable marine vinyl seat. This bike is complete with warmed handlebar grips, full ANTILOCKING BRAKES and computer info on all the functions. I have had the manufacturer recommended service done at the proper intervals. Original stainless steel exhaust to go with it. Mirror Extenders and handle bar risers. Full financing, extended warranties, and nationwide shipping is available!

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