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Hi Folks

I am selling my beloved bike BMW R800R 1997.

here the craigslist post: http://vancouver.craigslist.ca/van/mcy/5827308516.html

1997 BMW R850R Dolphin Blue
low milage - 35000 miles
5 speed transmission
Original tool kit and tire repair set
Original windshield
Original cases
New tires, break pads
Runs well
VIN is available upon request

False Creek
$4300 OBO

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