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2007 Yamaha Midnight Warrior on 2040-motos

$6,899
YearYear:2007 MileageMileage:11533 ColorColor: Raven
Location:

Chesterfield, Michigan

Chesterfield, MI
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Yamaha Other description

2007 Yamaha Midnight Warrior, Muscle and Beauty! - THE CRUISER HEART WITH A CHECKERED-FLAG SOUL. Nothing comes close to the unique style and the V-twin performance of the Warrior except the Midnight Edition, the all-black version of the four-time AMA Prostar drag racing champion.

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