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Scooter Rumi 125 Bol d’Or

To be registered as a collection

Frame n° 25010
Engine n° 27201

Restoration to be finished
The scooter is fully polished
There is a lot of extra parts including a complete ignition with new flywheel, pipes and double Delorto carburettor diameter 19 as well as all the specific tools to disassemble and reassemble the Rumi.

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Scooter Rumi 125 Bol d’Or

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Estimate 10 000 - 12 000 EUR
Results 7 700 EUR

* Not including buyer’s premium.
Please read the conditions of sale for more information.

Sale fees: 20 %
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Location of the item :
France - 67860 - rhinau

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You can use the carrier of your choice.

Sale Information

Sale closing from
Wednesday 26 Jan - 16:00 (CET)
fontainebleau, France
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