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2004 Yamaha Other on 2040-motos

YearYear:2004 MileageMileage:11
Location:

Casper, Wyoming, United States

Casper, Wyoming, United States
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Yamaha Other photos

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Yamaha Other description

This is a Frankenstein Trike.
Narrow Glide Front End.
Run's good
91% Octane only
Tire's are almost new
4 Gallon Fuel Tank
Manual Switch for Water Cool Fan
9 inch Disc Brakes
5 Speed Transmission
Chain Driven
5 Lug Rim's
Clear Title
You arrange to have it picked up or shipped. Seller is not responsible for shipping or delivery.

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