£8,995 As stated
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Original except for Termignoni "silencers" (the original units will be included), the bike has been kept in dry, heated and dehumidified conditions and, during my 5 years' ownership, never ridden in the rain.
MOT runs until 23-08-2022. The price of 8995 UK pounds includes the registration No. A851 DUC, or 8495 UK pounds on an age-related plate.
Serious enquiries welcome. Prices are fixed, and shipping can be arranged worldwide at cost. Thanks for looking!
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