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2012 Yamaha Majesty Scooter on 2040-motos

US $4,799.00
YearYear:2012 MileageMileage:8 ColorColor: Charcoal
Location:

Stillwater, Oklahoma, US

Stillwater, OK, US
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Yamaha Other tech info

TypeType:Scooter Stock NumberStock Number:009962 PhonePhone:8885300855

Yamaha Other description

2012 Yamaha Majesty, Touring Scooter! - KING OF THE ROAD With fully automatic transmission, push button electric start and rugged four-stroke engine, the Majesty rules both the highway and the scenic route royally.

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