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2006 Yamaha V-star Loaded!!! on 2040-motos

$4,200
YearYear:0 MileageMileage:40
Location:

Jackson, Mississippi

Jackson, MS

Yamaha Other description

Up for sale is a 2006 Yamaha V-Star 1100cc motorcycle loaded out! This bike has just over 40k miles. Has silverado windshield, jet kit, Vance and Hines longshot exhaust, ultimate seats, upgraded head lamps, highway bars. Heel toe shifted and also cruise control! Bike was just completely serviced at got gear. I'm asking 4200 or make me an offer now low balls please. Being a police officer I do not any more time to ride. Also 2 helmets will go with it. Thanks!! Text or call and ask for disgon. Good luck

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