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Okayama, United States
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HONDA C50 Engine
















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# HONDA C50 Engine


This item is taken off from frame# C50-07812xx parts.

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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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