1973 Yamaha Rd350 on 2040-motos
Yamaha RD350 description
Up for Sale is a 1973 Yamaha RD350. Clear Title. 6,493 miles. Matching Numbers 351-117594. It does not run. Motor is stuck. Shifts through the gears, Front brake needs a rebuild. Rear works as it should, Front and rear fenders have no dents. Seat has a rip towards the back, Pan is solid. Motor has no damage. Has Been Sitting since 1985. Looks to be mostly complete, missing the blinkers and rubber y boot. Overall chrome shows rust/ pitting. Paint is nice. Side cover has no cracks. Tank has some small dings. Inside shows some rust. No signs of it being down. Good candidate to restore.You receive what is pictured. Please see my other vintage motorcycles and parts. Also if you are looking for a certain pre 1985 motorcycle, just let me know or go on my website... www.1stkickcycles.com .The bike is Sold as is, Clear title. Email with Any questions. Please the payment must be made within 5 days of close of auction. Shipping is the buyers reasonability. I am a licensed NYS dealer for Vintage motorcycle sales only. Only NYS residents are subject to sales tax. Good luck Bidding.
On Mar-10-16 at 14:00:03 PST, seller added the following information:
WILL SELL WORLDWIDE
Yamaha RD350 for Sale
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