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WTS: [4.5k] DESERT CUSTOM TA200 PHANTOM COE JUL 2019


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Custom Desert Themed Cruiser Phantom

 

Lay Up Vehicle, however, has passed inspection before lay up.

 

Registered 26 July 2004 COE till JULY 2019

 

(COE non renewable)

 

Mileage 45000km

 

Engine 9/10 (overhauled recently)

 

Outlook 10/10.

 

Drag Bars

 

Scrambler Mirrors

 

Desert Paint Job

 

New Tyres

 

New Battery

 

New Spark Plug

 

Re-wired recently

 

Looking at 4.5 but willing to do very slight negotiation.

A beautiful one among the rest.

 

Contact me @ 8133 3116 for more pics and to negotiate a deal.

 

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