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2007 Yamaha V Star 650 Classic on 2040-motos

$3,600
YearYear:2007 MileageMileage:0 ColorColor: Black
Location:

Plano, Texas

Plano, TX
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Yamaha V Star photos

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Yamaha V Star tech info

TypeType:Cruiser

Yamaha V Star description

2007 Yamaha V Star 650 CLASSIC, Selling a 2007 Yamaha V-Star 650 Classic. Has custom Pipes, Custom Seat, LED blue underlights, and Hypercharger air intake. Oil and brake pads recently replaced! Has scuff on left side of front fender, and scuff on left mirror otherwise Wonderful condition and great ride for the experienced or Beginner rider. Asking $3600 OBO cash only. Must Pick up. Also selling 707 Connex bluetooth helmet DOT approved for $150. $3,600.00

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