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1982 Yamaha Xj750 Maxim 750 on 2040-motos

$999
YearYear:1982 MileageMileage:13077 ColorColor: RED
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Pembroke, New Hampshire

Pembroke, NH
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1982 YAMAHA XJ750 MAXIM 750, We provide more detailed information as well as additional photos on our website. To view that information, please click on the "view website" link in the details section below. Most of our bikes are sold fully serviced, detailed and have a nationwide warranty of up to 90-days. We have very competitive rates on shipping and also take trades! $199 NATIONWIDE SHIPPING For a limited time we can ship most motorcycles to your door for only $199! Some restrictions apply, please see our website for details.

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