1983 Honda xl250 For Sale

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  • £2,000 Offers invited
  • 1983
  • Dundee
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Price £2,000 Offers invited
Ad Type For Sale
Category Motorcycles
Make Honda
Model 250
  Xl250sa
Year 1983
Mileage 250,000 miles
Country UK
Region Scotland
Town Dundee
Telephone 07933 140786
Status Private
Date 05-Jan-2021
Ref C1299548
My wee Honda. Paint job And indicators away from standard. Great reliable useable bike. All new Tyres,cables and brakes. Bike will be Mot on 11/1/21. Electrics working perfectly good output from coils. This bike turns heads and is great fun in town or on trails. Best offer but I’m in no hurry to sell this great bike.
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