2006 Custom Built Motorcycles Chopper on mail.2040motos
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I bought a new bike so this has to go. Started in 2004 (Finished build in 2006 but vin will state 2004) Clean title. One off custom built by Cromcraft Customs. Around 3,000 miles. 110 RevTech, 3" BDL primary, RevTech 6 spd trans, Martin Bros exhaust, American suspension inverted forks, Performance Machine wheels and brakes, Arlen Ness pegs, bars and controls, Dakota digital speedo, NEW Avon grips, 250mm Avon rear tire, NEW Metzler front tire, NEW Antigravity lithium battery, NEW Terry Components 1.8 kW starter and battery cables, NEW Ultima ignition module, coil and plug wires. Paint in pretty good shape (few stone chips and small chip on right side of tank). Runs and sounds great. Plenty of power. I will consider trades (RVs or Touring Harley Davidson). Buyer responsible for shipping/pick up. I will deliver if in 100 miles of my location (NE Arkansas). I have this listed for sale locally so I can cancel auction at any time. $500 deposit due within 48 hrs of end of auction. All sales final. No returns. If you have any questions, need more pics/video, text me at (eight seven zero) seven seven six - six four four four. Thanks for looking.
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