1982 82 Hando Vf750 V45 Magna Left Muffler Exhaust Pipe on 2040-parts.com
Gilmour, Ontario, Canada
Includes left side muffler.
See pictures for condition details.
Parting out a full 1982 VF750C V45 Magna; Please contact if there is a specific part you are looking for.
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Items are in as is condition. Sale is final; No returns or refunds. Shipping to United States and Canada only.
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