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I HAVE FOR SALE AN AWESOME BIKE!!! 2006 GSXR 1000.BIKE IS VERY CLEAN NEVER BEEN DOWN.VODOO EXHAUST ,+12 SWING ARM AND 300 TIRE KIT ,PLUS EXTRAS ALL ADDED FEB. 2012 AT THE COST OF $4700.00!!! THIS IS A ONE OF A KIND BIKE THAT U WOULD HAVE TO SPEND BIG BUCKS TO DUPLICATE! EMAIL ME FOR MORE PHOTOS: [email protected]

Vehicle title-Clear; Engine Size(cc)-1000; Mileage-13,600; Price-$5000.00!

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