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Hard Rigid Saddle Bags Universal 1970s Motorcycle on 2040-parts.com

US $100.00
Location:

Almont, Michigan, United States

Almont, Michigan, United States

Universal rigid saddle bags with lights for 1970s Japanese motorcycle. Orange metal flake color. Comes with a couple extra brackets, not sure if they are for this or not. Some scratching on outsides. I think most can be buffed out, but there are some that are deep. Fabric material is worn a bit on insides. Overall these are in very good shape and should clean up nicely.
I tried to take as many pics as I could, but please look at pictures carefully before buying. I will try to answer any questions the best I can.

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