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SOLD - 95 GL1500 Aspencade for sale

1995 Green Honda Goldwing 1500 Aspencade - 20th Anniversary Edition - $6300.
2nd owner. Clean title. Always garaged.
Never dropped or involved in an accident.
73,000 original miles & regularly maintained. Excellent condition (seriously).
Timing belts replaced, and all fluids flushed at 68,000 miles.
Both tires in very good condition. Bike needs nothing and is ready to ride.
If you're looking for the ultra comfort and style that a Goldwing offers, at an affordable price, this is the bike for you.
Recently single, and no longer need this big of a bike.

Extras include:
26 1/2 inch tall and rigid aftermarket windshield. Blocks all wind and bugs, allowing comfortable use of a 1/2 or 3/4 helmet.
Alternating high beams during daylight hours for added visibility. (low beam stays on, while high beam flashes)
Cruise control.
Front highway foot rests.
Floor boards with heel toe shifter.
Rear Luggage rack.
OEM (Anniversary Edition) luggage bags (for both side compartments and trunk).
Trailer hitch assembly mounted, professionally installed.
OEM AM/FM Cassette.
OEM 40 Channel CB radio, factory mounted.
Travelcade seat, re-upholstered with new padding.
New Rear speakers.
Rear passenger arm rests.
Rear spoiler with LED brake lights.
Brake lights that start flashing fast and slow down to a steady brake light.
Cornering lights when signal lights are activated.
Pinstriped by Dave Davies @ Americade, NY in 1995 (by original owner).
Kuryakyn Iso-grip handles, with green accent rings.
Dowco high quality cover included.
Comemorative hard cover 20th Anniversary coffee table book included.
Serious inquiries can call 508-485-3205 (please leave a message and I will call you back).
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The picture needs to be a bit larger!

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The picture needs to be a bit larger!
And I thought it was my computer not being able to open up the image for larger viewing. Thanks Kerry, that's a load off my mind. Would love to see a larger pic as this is the same bike as mine; 95 Pearl Sierra Green however it also appears to not be an Aspencade but an SE, a higher upgrade. Unless this is a modified Aspencade the seller may want to modify this ad to reflect the correct model bike. An SE is worth more than an Aspencade too.

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Thanks for the feedback - just replaced pic with a larger one. Bike is definitely an Aspencade. Honda calls the color "Pearl Green". Also, I believe the paint on the SE's is two tone. Mine is definitely solid green. Can add more pics when the weather gets warmer here (or if someone is really interested). Currently 7 degrees
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Thanks for the feedback - just replaced pic with a larger one. Bike is definitely an Aspencade. Honda calls the color "Pearl Green". Also, I believe the paint on the SE's is two tone. Mine is definitely solid green. Can add more pics when the weather gets warmer here (or if someone is really interested). Currently 7 degrees
Sounds right on the 2 tone paint job on the SE. I was noting the rear speakers, cornering lights and rear light bar that I don't have and wish I did. Very nice bike. Why are you selling?

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Gotcha - I'm guessing those were Anniversary Edition options and some add ons that the original owner put on. Why am I selling??? I'm sure I'll regret selling it later, but went through a divorce last year, and no longer have a riding companion. I also never found the time to put the kind of miles on it that it was made for. In the five years I have owned it, I only took one long distance trip. Plus, it's probably a mid-life crisis type of thing, but I want to get something smaller and more sporty. I'm fairly certain that when I get closer to retirement, I'll find myself looking for another Goldwing!
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And I thought it was my computer not being able to open up the image for larger viewing. Thanks Kerry, that's a load off my mind. Would love to see a larger pic as this is the same bike as mine; 95 Pearl Sierra Green however it also appears to not be an Aspencade but an SE, a higher upgrade. Unless this is a modified Aspencade the seller may want to modify this ad to reflect the correct model bike. An SE is worth more than an Aspencade too.
Dan, I am curious. As you know I ride a 96 aspencade triked out, same color as yours and the one here. How did you spot that it might be an SE instead of an Aspencade. You people on the forum astound me with your knowledge of the bikes. I get amazed just about every day, reading the knowledge on here. but how did you spot it.?
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Dan, I am curious. As you know I ride a 96 aspencade triked out, same color as yours and the one here. How did you spot that it might be an SE instead of an Aspencade. You people on the forum astound me with your knowledge of the bikes. I get amazed just about every day, reading the knowledge on here. but how did you spot it.?
should have read your next post. My Aspencade has the rear speakers, the cornering lights and the light bar on the trunk. I just assumed they were standard. Add ons?
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Another item that tells you if its and Aspencade or SE is the gold strip on the valve covers or on the back it will have on the left saddlebag Aspencade or SE.



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The good news (for me) is that this bike is now sold!

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