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1991 Yamaha F6r Fs/ft on 2040-motos

$1,000
YearYear:0 MileageMileage:0
Location:

Cincinnati, Ohio

Cincinnati, OH

Yamaha Other description

i have here is a 91 f6r 600cc six gear sportbike. this bike is in terrific shape for its year, not perfect but is a very solid bike, been very well cared for and had regular maintenance. had oil and filter changed last week. new chain brakes and tires in april. engine very strong trans shifts good no noise clatter or grinding. clutch has great friction. body has a few scuffs and scratches but all pre-owned bikes do. yoshimura exhaust. all lamps and everything works. clean and clean title in my name ready to be notarized. i have a video of it starting revving idling and walk around upon request. wanting 1000 firm or trade, for almost anything dont be afraid to ask but do not waste my time with junk. looking for muscle cars or trucks can be a project but nothing too far gone, sport quads, dirtbikes nothing under 125cc, guns just let me know what you got. call or text my nams chris.

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