1973 Yamaha Rd350 on 2040-motos
Yamaha RD350 description
1973 Yamaha RD350 in excellent original condition! Low miles. Runs, starts, stops great. Original tires on this bike too, although they have good tread left, the side walls are cracking, and front tire has slow leak. All lights and horn work. Small dent, and minor scratches on tank that are barely noticeable on the all orig. paint. I have tried taking pictures of the dent and soft scratches. Fork seals need changed, and there is a small oil leak when it sits for a period of time. Tough to find this Yamaha in this great of original condition, with only the minor issues this one has. Inside tank looks pretty clean, but with a close look there is some minor rust on sides. Again, this is a pretty minor issue, but I want to represent the bike correctly!! My feedback score is perfect, and there is a reason!!!!!
On Aug-16-16 at 19:51:21 PDT, seller added the following information:
I am representing this bike as "all original", which it actually is with the exception of a few minor issues that I want to be known; Orig. air box lid is missing. It has tod air filters, but comes with orig. air boot. Also has an after market master cyl. but comes with the orig. that needs rebuilt. There are more pictures upon request, please just ask. I will answer all questions in a timely manner. Also, depending upon location, there is a reasonable delivery option. Thanks for your bids and interest. It's a really nice example of item!!
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