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1966 Yamaha Other on 2040-motos

US $12000
YearYear:1966 MileageMileage:0

Gardnerville, Nevada, United States

Gardnerville, Nevada, United States
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Yamaha Other description

1966 Yamaha YG1 80cc.  Frame and front end are STRAIGHT, gas tank has SMALL amount of rust.  Extra wheel and brake assembly and swing arm.  Transmission SHIFTS.  History unknown.  Does not run at this time.  50 years old..ask questions.  Clear Title in my name.  Gardnerville, NV  89460  Full payment due at close of auction.

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