2014 Kawasaki Ninja Zx10r 1000 on mail.2040motos
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You are viewing a TITLE IN HAND/2014 Kawasaki ZX10r ABS with premium upgrades and a transferable extended full 2-year factory warranty. Upgrades include FULL Yoshimura Exhaust, Power Commander V, seat cowl, smoke windshield, radiator guard, and short shifters. ZX10r has never been dropped and always garage kept. All PREVENTIVE maintenance (never “due maintenance”) records are available, all fluids changed for the winter season and two new tires. If you have done the research, you are aware of the machine that you are purchasing. Only the Ducati and BMW 1000rr comes close to the stocked ZX10r...but this is not stocked! $10,900.00 OBO (no taxes, docking fees or processing fees). Feel free to request for additional pictures. Contingent upon distance, I will consider delivering once payment negotiations are established.
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