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1978 Yamaha Dt400 (golden) on 2040-motos

$200
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Denver, Colorado

Denver, CO
1978 Yamaha DT400 (Golden), $200, image 1

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Buyer did not show on Friday, so re-posting.1978 Yamaha DT 400Runs - we started it yesterday. It does have a fuel leak, so we keep the tank empty. I have pre-owned it for trail riding. Great for a beginner because it has low-speed power and you can crawl up hills and don't have to be going full speed. I got too old to ride it!We stripped all of the accessories off so I wouldn't break them on the trail. They are shown in 1 of the pics.I do not have a title.$200 OBO303-two-seven-three-5867

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Fri, 04 Oct 2013

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Yamaha Reports Q2 2012 Results

Thu, 09 Aug 2012

Yamaha has lowered its 2012 year-end sales forecast by 14.3% after reporting disappointing first half results. The Japanese manufacturer reported a profit of 14.5 billion yen (US$184.3 million), a 49.8% decrease from a profit of 29 billion yen reported in the first half of 2011. According to the company’s financial report for the quarter ended June 30, 2012, Yamaha‘s net sales totaled 632.2 billion yen (US$8.04 billion), a 4.6% decrease from net sales of 663.1 billion yen reported in the same quarter of 2011.

Back in the day, the All Japan 500cc Championship at Tsukuba

Fri, 24 Jun 2011

This ‘you tube’ gem sent to me recently brought back some funny memories from the scary but incredibly exciting days of 500cc two stroke racing. This particular race was the final round of the All Japan 500cc Championship at Tsukuba Circuit where I enjoyed a head to head battle with national hero Tadahiko Taira. Yamaha’s favourite son at the time, ‘tie wrap’ as we liked to call him, was taller and better looking than most Japanese riders (maybe a war baby?) and went on to win nearly everything in Japan during his career.