1978 Honda Gold Wing on mail.2040motos
Honda Gold Wing description
Very good condition.Well kept and maintained. Reliable. Runs good. Stops good. Original paint. 37624 miles to date. Same owner since 1985. Clear title. Average wear and tear for a 38 year old motorcycle. Continental tires have tread but are a little dry rotted. Original pipes are rusted where headers meet muffler and have been patched thru the years; overall they are pretty solid. Seat was reupholstered about 10 years ago; no rips or tears. Pics show with and w/out windjammer. Currently has windjammer installed. Headlight and blinkers are included. Saddle bags and trunk are included as well. All gauges and lights work. the tachometer works but is slow; it needs a damper in the gauge. Krauser brand hard side bags are lockable and easily removed in seconds with a key. Fiberglass trunk w/luggage rack. Its ready for a new home. I'm selling it because I am looking at buying a street glide. Buy it and ride it home. I would trust it to make a trip cross country, if it had new tires.
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Moto blogThu, 29 Mar 2012 00:00:00 -0700
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