Offer description, location and category: selling motorcycle wreckers with a collection of 35 years of wrecking dirt bikes and quads. asking $120,000.00. 10 school buses full of motors and parts.$30,000.00 of nos (wiseco piston, sprockets, brake pads and shoes, regultors and stators all new). comes with email account and web page phone # will help out for a few months if needed. also all shop tools and machine shop equip.can be purchased upon request. | Listed for sale in Calgary, Alberta
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