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1978 Honda Hobbit For Sale on mail.2040motos

$200
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Location:

Bloomington, Indiana

Bloomington, IN

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I have a 1978 Honda hobbit moped it's 90% there I was going to restore it but I need the money I haven't even messed with it but I was told it will start up but it need all new fuel lines they are missing it would be a great project for someone and the parts are really cheap I've done some research on them and fully restored there going any where from 1900 to 3000 im asking 200 obo you can contact me @ or my name is shawn

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