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1982 Yamaha Xj750 Maxim on 2040-motos

YearYear:1982 MileageMileage:24218 ColorColor: Black

Boyertown, Pennsylvania

Boyertown, PA
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1982 Yamaha XJ750 Maxim, Mechanic's Special!Here's a chance to get on two wheel without breaking the bank! If you like to tinker and get your hands dirty, this 1982 Yamaha XJ750 Maxim is an excellent project. This Maxim is in running condition, but could use a few things to pass PA inspection, most notably is a new rear tire and a clutch lever. The intake boots also have some cracks from the rubber being dried out, and the gas cap doesn't seal completely. As shown in the photos, it does have some oxidation on the engine cases, and there is some rust here and there, but for its age and mileage (just over 24,000 miles), that's to be expected. Stop by our Service Department to get a fresh set of tires installed, and you could ride it home!

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