My 1996 Honda Goldwing SE is fondly known as "Mint Julep" due to it's unusual color combo and gorgeous graphics. Rather than calling it unusual, perhaps we should say it's unique because there are few if any other Goldwings painted in this color scheme. But one thing for sure.....it's Beautiful. And noticable for safety.
The paint and chrome is in excellent condition. The whole bike is excellent. And it's loaded too for your comfort and convenience. All of this while getting about 40-45mpg while out on the highway....Awesome.
The pinstriping, graphics and logo were done by the famous Steve Cox...a southwestern automotive artist famous for his beautiful and elaborate work. This bike deserved the best and got it.
As indicated, the bike is loaded from front to rear. Has all the Honda Goldwing SE goodies which include but aren't limited to: electronic cruise control...am/fm/cassette with a 4 speaker system...cb radio...REVERSE GEAR....AHHHHH...intercom system....the list goes on and on. And this bike has passenger armrests...rear passenger audio controls...cool lcd display lighting from and rear...air ride leveling system with built in compressor.....so much more.
The new owner is even going to receive a pair of wired color matched helmets for use with the intercom system. You're going to love this.
These bikes are famous for going 150-200k miles and still be running strong.....for reals. This bike is barely broken in with 43259 miles at the time of this posting. You will have years and years of riding enjoyment with your "Mint Julep" goldwing.
Tires are new and the oil has less than 1000 miles since the last change. The bike not only looks greatr\...it was maintained equally well.
Front fork seals have been recently replaced. There is a small cigarette hole in the seat...small but it's there. Previous owner was a smoker. He still gets crap from his wife about it..lol
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