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Honda Cbr 250Rr Road Bike Cheap

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Location: QLD: Gold Coast

Postcode: 4209

Odometre: 55,910 kilometres

Asking Price: $1,700

Condition: Used

Reason for Selling: no license

Delivery Methods: PickUp

Contact Info: reply here or pm

Extra Information:

Hey guys here i got up for sale is my HONDA CBR 250RR 1990 ROAD BIKE

I was going to rebuild the whole bike & engine but due to money been been spent on other things atm i really couldn't be bothered with it anymore so i've decided to sell it to someone that will put it to use.

When i had it on the road registered it was a great bike & never missed a beat, very fun to ride :)

It has had afew parts pulled off it & just needs to be put back together & it will run fine.

The flaring is slightly damaged just needs a little fiberglass repair & some paint nothing to major tho.

It also has new tyres that have only done about 500ks.

The only thing missing is afew bolts & the fuel tank, everything else is here sitting in a box.

Note: this is been sold unregistered & no roadworthy

FOR MORE PICTURES PLEASE SEE THIS LINK> http://s149.photobucket.com/albums/s44/luk...%20CBR%20250RR/

If you have any questions feel free to ask

Cheers Luke :thumbsup:






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