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Honda Aa01 Press Cub Engine on

US $234.78

Okayama, United States

Okayama, United States

HONDA AA01 Press CUB Engine

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# HONDA AA01 Press CUB Engine

This item is taken off from frame# AA01-15218xx parts.

Our shop only sells pre-owned item.

All item has been passed movement check test.

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Payment method is only paypal.

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Basically the item will be shipped via air.

In case of item contains the oil. we decompose into the parts and pull out the oil for shipping via air.

The item will be shipped as DECOMPOSED. please assemble before use.

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If you have any questions or concerns. please send us a message with in English.

We sell item to outside of Japan ONLY on eBay.

If you find same item on the other site our company has no relationship with those site.

Photos of the motorcycle is a I motorcycle remove the parts.

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