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1980 Honda Cb125 ***original Article / Road Test*** Cb-125 on 2040-parts.com

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Phoenix, Arizona, United States

Phoenix, Arizona, United States

1980 HONDA CB125

---ORIGINAL 4 PAGE ARTICLE FROM A 1980 MAGAZINE---

EXCELLENT CONDITION- -This would make a fantastic addition to your MOTORCYCLE collection,and to display at your next car show!!! This ORIGINAL ARTICLE / NOT A REPRINT (from a 1980 magazine) is in an acid free plastic sleeve,and will be carefully packaged for shipping. Items are mailed promptly after payment is received.


I do not sell copies or reprints.  You will receive the original pages, which have been carefully removed from the magazine.


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