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2000 - Confederate Hellcat on mail.2040motos

US $10,000.00
YearYear:2000 MileageMileage:1400 ColorColor: Black
Location:

Williams, Oregon, United States

Williams, Oregon, United States

Buell Firebolt description

This 2000 Confederate Hellcat considered one of the fastest custom built bikes that are on the market. This is one of the rare ones. This has a 120ci Merch performance motor, with Edelbrock heads, with Muzzy exhaust system, full hydraulic clutch, carbon fiber tank and fenders, inverted Paoli aluminum front forks. Marchesini wheels, ISR breaking system with oil tank frame and all the stock features of a Confederate Hellcat. Excellent condition. Low mileage.

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