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1973 Yamaha Other on 2040-motos

US $2,900.00
YearYear:1973 MileageMileage:3
Location:

Clinton Township, Michigan, United States

Clinton Township, Michigan, United States
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Yamaha Other tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):125 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty

Yamaha Other description

Great pair of bikes.Nice opportunity to get 2 bikes in one location. One bike with 3230 miles bike #1 This is bike pictured on grass. Very nice all original bike. Both bikes have the accessory racks. I have a new battery not installed yet on this bike,But will be installing and will update posting. Blinkers work as they should. I am pretty shure the bike will need a new headlight and taillight bulbs as neither will come on. Not a big deal but will try to get to them later this week if I have the time. 
The bike runs very well, Nice and straight Two very small slits in seat with electrical tape on it. Oil injection works fine. Starter works intermittent I think it is the old battery,Clear title on this bike. Tank is very clean inside. Overall very nice bike.

 Bike number 2 has 4620 miles.Bike #2 Is the bike pictured near brick wall and on cement. This bike could be ridden and used as is with just a quick detailing and check out. Runs good. Has had a new seat cover by someone else. Overall a very decent bike. All lights and blinkers work as they should.Inside of tank is very decent.Paint is faded but very straight.Electric Starter works fine.Title is clear has correct vin but the year is shown as 1976?? I am fairly certain that could be corrected with a print out from internet showing the correct year for this model number according to my dmv. I reserve the right to end this auction early.
     Chrome on both bikes very decent. Bike number 2 has a few rusty spokes. Keep in mind I have not made any attempt to detail or clean up these bikes. Both bikes just came out of storage and fired right up!! Last picture has a 73-100 pictured with bike #1 . I may consider selling that in the future.                                    *******************************SHIPPING NOT INCLUDED**********************************
 Bikes located just northeast of Detroit,Michigan. 48035 zip code. Check Uship.com for rates. These can be delivered to Detroit metro airport shipping terminal for 150 total additional cost.

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