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2009 Yamaha Vino 125 on 2040-motos

US $1,999.00
YearYear:2009 MileageMileage:4 ColorColor: Red

Auburn, Washington, US

Auburn, WA, US
2009 Yamaha Vino 125   , US $1,999.00, image 1

Yamaha Other photos

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Yamaha Other tech info

Stock NumberStock Number:U83610 PhonePhone:8885414157

Yamaha Other description

2009 Yamaha Vino 125, This is a stock scooter in overall excellent condition with a small ding on the right hand leg shield. The tires are at about 60% and the tabs are good until April 2014. Negotiable documentary service fee of up to $150.00 added. It can be seen at Hinshaw's Motorcycle Store in Auburn. Includes Hinshaws Used Bike Guarantee.

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