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76 Yamaha Sxs 650 on 2040-motos

$400
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Cheyenne, Wyoming

Cheyenne, WY

Yamaha Other description

Pretty clean bike for age needs tires and tubes have already cleaned tank and carbs but havent put back on due to weather but just need put back on have turned bike over and it fires and run on starting fluid so u just need to put baxk together and tires tben u can ride this summer my lack of time is ur gain as for don't want to see bike go to scrap as to nice bike for that have title in hand call rick at

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Fri, 04 May 2012 00:00:00 -0700

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