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2006 Yamaha Tour Delux on 2040-motos

YearYear:2006 MileageMileage:43725 ColorColor: BLACK

Port Richey, Florida

Port Richey, FL
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2006 Yamaha TOUR DELUX, Quick-detachable windshield and backrest let the rider optimize the bike for cross-town cruising cool or cross-country touring comfort quickly without tools. Electronic cruise control with right handlebar controls for ease of use. Color-matched locking hard-shell, leather sidebags with handy, one-touch openers and spacious 9.3-gallon storage with interior storage pouch.

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