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1975 Honda Goldwing Gl1000 Engine & Transmission, Only 47k Miles Aj53 on

US $399.99

Yuma, Arizona, United States

Yuma, Arizona, United States
Condition:Used Manufacturer Part Number:N/A Brand:Honda UPC:Does not apply

1975 Honda GL1000 engine. This part came off a clean Arizona bike with 47K miles. I think this part will fit years 75-79 but you will have to do some research to make sure.  Please see photos for condition of part. Message me with any questions that may have. Thank You for looking.

I will ship to a business address only with a fork lift or loading dock. Residential shipping will be an additional charge. 

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