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Vintage Chrome Harley Davidson Exhaust System 657547-94 Motorcycle Muffler Part on

US $59.99

Ashley Falls, Massachusetts, United States

Ashley Falls, Massachusetts, United States
This item shows overall wear including light scratches and discoloration. We were told by the previous owner that this item is in working condition; the owner upgraded to a different style exhaust.
Part Brand:Harley Davidson Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:657547-94 Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Placement on Vehicle:Rear Storage:C5 Surface Finish:Chrome

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