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Kawasaki Ninja 250 Rr

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Motorcycle Pattaya
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Property Description

2012 Kawasaki Ninja 250 Including Extras. Only one owner, bought new from Real MotoSports, Bangkok FOR 173,400. Has always been parked indoors. Mileage: 5XXX km.


Modifications include:
- DBS Exhaust Full System
- CyC Red Chain
- Clear, High Screen
- Rear Fender
- BikerS Titanium Rear Set
- GEARBOX LEAKAGE
- BRAKE LEAKAGE



Green Book 
Tax and Insurance Paid till 17/12/2013
Last serviced at 2km

Contact me if you would like more pictures or if you have any questions.

Price
125,000 Baht

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Post by: ALAN

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Time is Money

Last Month we looked at Barclays' Equity Index going back to 1945 and how well equity investments have performed over long periods.

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Turning on the Tap for New Business in 2016

Turning on the Tap for New Business in 2016

Having a website is probably one of the most effective ways of helping potential new clients to find your business or organization.

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MOVENPICK RESIDENCES & POOL VILLAS

MOVENPICK RESIDENCES & POOL VILLAS

Movenpick Residences & Pool Villas is the new five star beachfront development and living experience in Na Jomtien. Situated on the beautiful White Sand Beach and ideally located on Sukhumvit Road it is the luxury new kid on the block.

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The Changing Face of Pattaya Real Estate Agents

The Changing Face of Pattaya Real Estate Agents

It’s probably fair to suggest that the real estate industry has always been competitive. However, more recent global financial events can only have strengthened that synopsis.

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Do you sometimes feel your brain is drowning in information?

Do you sometimes feel your brain is drowning in information?

Over the past few years it has become more difficult for me to follow the old guy’s advice-KISS, keep it simple stupid.

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