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1982 Yamaha 400 on 2040-motos

$1,000
YearYear:0 MileageMileage:20
Location:

Brooklyn, Ohio

Brooklyn, OH

Yamaha Other description

1982 Yamaha 400 with under 20k on it.I bought it in the summer of 2013, as a 1st time rider, I put less than 50mis on it.I realize now its hard to own, and ride a bike when you have three kids.So my loss is your gain, I have 1200.00 in it, and I want 1000.00 obo out of it.I installed a new clutch cable and fixed the front brake, it also has mod filters in place of the air box.I am sorry I dont no much about bikes, you can ask qeustions and I will try to answer them for ya.Comes with some small extra, original rear lamps, some extra oil filters.Just get on and ride, no work required!Email or text- 216- 990-7051If you want more pics, please let me know and I will get them for !!!!

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