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2007 Yamaha V-star 1100 Silverado on 2040-motos

$6,495
YearYear:2007 MileageMileage:9020 ColorColor: Silver
Location:

Tulsa, Oklahoma

Tulsa, OK
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TypeType:Cruiser PhonePhone:(888) 420-0560

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2007 Yamaha V-Star 1100 Silverado, 2007 Yamaha V-Star 1100 Silverado $6495 Great condition, factory leather bags, windshield and backrest. ONLY 9020 miles. Call today about our great financing. ----- FINANCING AVAILABLE ----- TOLL FREE 888-551-9166 Action Powersports and Action Toys Oklahoma s largest selection of new and pre-owned motorcycles Come see Oklahoma s largest inventory of motorcycles on display. You won t see more new motorcycles at one place anywhere else. We have over 400 units in stock! We have financing available but you must check with us first before purchasing. Extended warranties can be purchased for units we sell at reasonable rates. If you have any questions please call toll free 888-551-9166 or 918-838-8001 and ask for internet sales. We are open Tuesday through Saturday 9-6 Central Time. WHO WE ARE....... We are Action Powersports in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Anything for sale online can be viewed in person at our store. The name is new but the dealership is 20+ years old. We are factory authorized KAWASAKI - SUZUKI - YAMAHA distributor. We are not new to motorcycles either. We operate the largest used motorcycle dealership in Northeast Oklahoma. Shipping......... Call and check with us, we know all the ins and outs of shipping motorcycles. Used bikes can be shipped in the continental U.S. for around $500-$700. If you are in Oklahoma, Kansas, Texas, or Arkansas we may be able to get it to you for much less. NEW BIKES CANNOT BE SHIPPED. You come to our store to complete the paperwork. Payment.......... We have financing available through several different lenders. We accept Pay-Pal, all major credit cards as well as the Kawasaki or Yamaha card, certified bank check or cash in person. You must have proper identification. Questions?????????? If you have a question about anything no-matter how important or silly it may seem please feel free to give us a call @ 918-838-8001 COMPLIMENTARY PICKUP FROM TULSA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT! . FINANCING AVAILABLE EXTENDED WARRANTIES AVAILABLE ON MOST MODELS. WE ACCEPT PAYPAL! $99 documentation fee and $129 prep & setup fee will be added to the final sale price of NEW and USED units. Please note that while every effort goes into assuring the accuracy of every item, price and description that we post, human errors can and do occur. As such, your participation by bidding on an item or submitting a Buy It Now order accepts this fact, and you agree not to hold Action Powersports Inc responsible for such errors. Any errors discovered and reported to us will be corrected as soon as possible. As we are quite sure that most of our bidders have made at least one error along life s journey, we appreciate your understanding of our position.

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