1989 Yamaha Other on 2040-motos
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You are looking at my 1989 Yamaha FZR400 California EXUP model. I am the original owner and the bike is in amazing condition both cosmetically and mechanically. I have a complete file on the bike that includes the original receipt from when I bought the bike from Golden Gate Cycles in SF in July 1989. I spent over $4,000 this summer to have the bike mechanically reconditioned by Speed Motorcycles in Bronx, NY and it runs well. The only problem is a sticky front master brake cylinder. I had it rebuilt by Speed but it might need replacing. I'm selling the bike because I've lost interest - when I had it reconditioned this summer I thought I was going to get back into riding but it turns out that I'm just not that into it anymore. I never tracked this bike - I did put an aftermarket Kerker slip-on muffler on it and had it dyno tuned but I have the original exhaust.
The motorcycle is located on Long Island, NY. Once paid for, I am happy to meet you for pickup. I cannot ship the bike but I'm happy to meet your shipping company at the bike's location. I will include whatever extra parts that I have such as oil, filters, nuts and bolts, Pit Bull stands, etc. It also has new tires and battery.
This bike is very rare and I'd be very surprised if there are any out there in this condition and still owned by the original owner.
Feel free to email with questions. Thanks for looking.
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