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1979 Yamaha 125 Enduro Very Sharp!! on 2040-motos

US $850.00
YearYear:1979 MileageMileage:4500
Location:

Cedar Falls, Iowa, US

Cedar Falls, Iowa, US
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Yamaha Other description

 I bought this bike from a friend who never drove it in the few years he owned it.  It's probably been driven 10 miles in the last 5+ years.  I put a new spark plug in it and fresh gas, started on the first kick.  This bike was owned by a Yamaha mechanic for many years and extremely well kept.  Everything works, blinkers, horn, lights etc.  Bike is street legal and I have title in hand.  Needs carb cleaned or rebuilt, I may do that before auction ends if I have time.  It's for sale locally and would trade for ATV with snow plow. Has around 4,500 miles in it. Tires are like new. Can send a video through my phone if wanted.

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