Honda Cbx Saddlebag on 2040-parts.com
San Marcos, Texas, United States
Saddlebags for White Honda CBX. Both left and Right, selling seperate or together. One includes original Honda roadside assistance kit (tool kit essentially) made for the CBX. Very clean and in good condition. Came off of CBX that was also very clean. 250 each OBO. Can discuss shipping options.
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Mon, 14 Sep 2009 00:00:00 -0700
By Tim Pollard
First Official Pictures
14 September 2009 09:00
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