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1987 1988 Honda Cr500 Engine Motor Not Honda Cr250 Cr500 Kart Kit Cart Kit on 2040-parts.com

US $2,500.00
Location:

Kingwood, Texas, United States

Kingwood, Texas, United States

1987 1988 HONDA CR500 ENGINE MOTOR

Freshly rebuilt, zero hours on this motor.

Motor will include: Complete carburetor, electronics, motor wiring, plug, and coil.

This would make a perfect swap into a race/shifter cart (no matter how scary that might be)!

See pictures, additional pictures available upon request

Message with questions before bidding, this entire motorcycle is being parted out

Call us directly at 701 630 6686 with any and all questions or for parts inquiry

Free Continental 48 USA Shipping--Motor will be palletized and sent via freight shipping, **MUST PICK-UP FROM LOCAL FREIGHT YARD

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