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Yamaha Mini Enduro 1972 Jt2mx - No Reserve - Vintage Mini Bike 1971 Jt1 - Jt2 on 2040-motos

US $500.00
YearYear:1972 MileageMileage:1000 ColorColor: YELLOW - BLACK
Location:

Granite City, Illinois, US

Granite City, Illinois, US
YAMAHA MINI ENDURO 1972 JT2MX - NO RESERVE - VINTAGE MINI BIKE 1971 JT1 - JT2, US $500.00, image 1

Yamaha Other photos

YAMAHA MINI ENDURO 1972 JT2MX - NO RESERVE - VINTAGE MINI BIKE 1971 JT1 - JT2, US $500.00, image 2 YAMAHA MINI ENDURO 1972 JT2MX - NO RESERVE - VINTAGE MINI BIKE 1971 JT1 - JT2, US $500.00, image 3 YAMAHA MINI ENDURO 1972 JT2MX - NO RESERVE - VINTAGE MINI BIKE 1971 JT1 - JT2, US $500.00, image 4 YAMAHA MINI ENDURO 1972 JT2MX - NO RESERVE - VINTAGE MINI BIKE 1971 JT1 - JT2, US $500.00, image 5 YAMAHA MINI ENDURO 1972 JT2MX - NO RESERVE - VINTAGE MINI BIKE 1971 JT1 - JT2, US $500.00, image 6 YAMAHA MINI ENDURO 1972 JT2MX - NO RESERVE - VINTAGE MINI BIKE 1971 JT1 - JT2, US $500.00, image 7

Yamaha Other tech info

TypeType:Off-Road Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):60 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller VINVIN:JT1

Yamaha Other description

UP FOR BIDS IS A " NO RESERVE " 1972 YAMAHA JT2MX MINI ENDURO. THE BIKE IS ALL ORIGINAL AND COMPLETE. IT DOES HAVE SOME NEW ITEMS, NEW TIRES, LEVERS, CHAIN, SPROCKET AND NUMBER PLATE. THE BIKE IS NUMBERS MATCHING AND A VERY GOOD RESTORATION CANDITATE. IT WAS RUNNING LAST YEAR BUT IT STARTS AND DIES NOW. MAYBE A CARB ISSUE? IT HAS GREAT COMPRESSION AND SPARK. THE CLUTCH AND BRAKES WORK WELL AND IT SHIFTS PROPERLY. ALL THE CABLES ARE IN GOOD SHAPE. THE FORKS AND RIMS ARE DECENT. THE GRIPS AND PEGS ARE IN GOOD SHAPE. THIS BIKE IS BEING SOLD IN AS-IS CONDITION WITH A BILL OF SALE ONLY. NO TITLES WERE ISSUED IN ILLINOIS ON THESE OFF ROAD MINI BIKES. CONTACT ME WITH ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE . I PREFER EMAIL HOWEVER I WILL RETURN YOUR CALL,                                                                   618-451-7167    THANKS AGAIN AND AS ALWAYS !!! HAPPY BIDDING !!!

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