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2005 Pgo Bolwell, 2005


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Item Summary: 2005 PGO BOLWELL, Scooter/moped -2 Stroke only $1150 ono

Location: QLD: Gold Coast

Postcode: 4211

Odometre: 7,099 kilometres

Asking Price: $1,150ono

Condition: Used

Reason for Selling: I got my bike license and want something bigger

Delivery Methods: PickUp

Contact Info: pm me on here, or msg my mobile 0405 665 788

Extra Information:

Hey Guys/Girls

Up for sale is my BOLWELL PGO, 50cc (3.2kW, variable speed auto), 2005 scooter, I am the second owner and have brought it up with me from Canberra 2 years ago. The bike has never given me any problems and I use it everyday. It is a small maneuverable little scooter, perfect for girls for it is not big and heavy like the “Daytona’s”. The following parts have all been changed with in the past 4 months:


-Spark plug

-Rear tyre

The scooter is very fuel efficient (MAX of $8 for a full tank of 98 octane, lasts me just on a week and that’s driving up to 40km everyday). This Scooter suits any one who does not want to commute to work/uni/school, everyday with public transport. Parking is easy, and FREE, fuel is very cheap, and best of all forget about traffic.

If you are worried about not being able to go fast enough DON’T! I’m 181cm, 90kg and I get up to 70km/h on a flat road with no wind. The Bolwell is one very solid well built scooters, dimensions are as follows:

Overall Length 1710mm

Overall Width 645mm

Overall Height 1060mm

Seat Height 800mm

Wheel base 1210mm

Weight 100kg

Engine; Type 2 Stroke (Minarelli Style) Capacity 49cc, Cooling Forced Air

Fuel Capacity 6.3L

Wheel/Tyre Front 90/90/10

Wheel/Tyre Rear 90/90/10

Brake Front Disc

Brake Rear Drum

Suspension Front Telescopic fork

Suspension Rear Single

VIN: RFVP EPEP 51100 0095 4

I’m chasing $1150ono with a helmet (visor included, oil, and a full tank of 98-octane fuel).

There is no rego on it, and needs a road worthy but it would be very easy to obtain due to the fact it is in perfect working order. The reason for sale, got my bike license and want a bigger bike. Can get Road worthy for you, with a deposit.

Any questions please pm or msg me, my number is 0405 665 788









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