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1975 Yamaha Rd350 on 2040-motos

US $6,200.00
YearYear:1975 MileageMileage:15 ColorColor: White
Location:

Watsonville, California, United States

Watsonville, California, United States
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Yamaha RD350 photos

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Yamaha RD350 tech info

WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Yamaha RD350 description

This is a 1975 YAMAHA RD350. It has been parked in a garage for 25 years.
A Full Frame-Off Restoration was done last year: Top Engine Rebuilt and Forks Rebuilt, Carbs Rebuilt and Jetted. New Wiring Harness, Stator, Points, Mirrors, DG Exhaust, Fuel Lines, Air Filter, Oil Pump, and Blinkers. New Rear Shocks, New tires and Spokes. New Paint Job and Reupholstered Seat.

Extras Included: Trim for Seat, Stock Decals, and Extra Paint. Also have Stock Exhaust System and Rear Shocks.

Have Current Registration.

AS IS SALE...
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