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2005 Bombardier (Can Am) DS 650x


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I have a DS 650x available.  Garage kept for its entire life and runs well.  OMF beadlocked wheels.  Located in San Antonio Texas area.  I’m motivated to sell and work with shipping options but serious inquiries only interested in a large sport ATV that won’t come around again.

Here’s a photo from a few weeks ago.  I can send over more photos, videos, or we can have a FaceTime session to take a look remotely.  Let me know.

David

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