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c1975 MZ TS 250cc SOLD

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  • £1,250 As stated
  • 1975
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Price £1,250 As stated
Ad Type For Sale
Category Motorcycles
Make MZ
Model TS250
Year 1975
Mileage 12,940 miles
Country UK
Region Suffolk
Telephone 01728 724321
Status Trade
Date 25-Feb-2019
Ref C1084249
This model of MZ was a very popular machine in its day, being cheaper than it's contemporaries & reliable, a solid product from behind the iron curtain that was known for its unusual asthetics! This bike has come to us from its last Bedfordshire owner & runs beautifully. Comes with the latest DVLA V5C registration document,
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