Suzuki Dl1000abs Vstrom Banner Poster on 2040-parts.com
Coloma, Michigan, United States
Condition:New without tags
Manufacturer Part Number:DL1000ABS
Size:36" x 68"
UPC:Does not apply
You are purchasing one (1) new 36" x 68" dealer banner featuring the all-new Suzuki DL1000ABS VStrom. Banner is new and has never been hung. This banner is made out of heavy vinyl NOT paper. It's built to hang for extended periods of time. It would look great in a den or in someone's garage.
Coloma Motorsports is a multi-line franchised powersports dealership located in Southwestern Michigan. We have been in business since 1985 and carry: Motorcycles, ATV’s, Side by Sides, Snowmobiles, Personal Watercraft, and Pontoon boats; along with O’brien, KLIM, FLY and many other brands.
Your satisfaction and feedback are very important to us, and we try to do all that we can to make doing business with us a pleasure. If you have any trouble with our transaction, please contact us at the number below.
Check out our Coloma Motor Sports home page to view our entire inventory of vintage motorcycle parts.
You may reach us at:
Phone: 269-468-8600 (Ask for Carlos or Hunter)
Our business hours:
Mon-Fri 9-6n Est, Saturday 9-4 Est,
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