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2009 Yamaha 1300 V-star With Trailer on 2040-motos

$6,995
YearYear:2009 MileageMileage:15483 ColorColor: Red
Location:

Tucson, Arizona

Tucson, AZ
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Yamaha Other description

2009 Yamaha 1300 V-Star with Trailer, 2009 Yamaha 1300 V-Star with Mini Trailer! If your looking for a Perfect Set up to hit the open road! Then we have what your looking for! This V-Star 1300 runs and rides Awesome! Trailer made by Mini Trailer USA has a lot of Storage! This is the Perfect Package! Don't wait we are Wheelin' & Dealin' So give our Sales Staff a call at 520-747-8339 Or come on down to our Huge Showroom and take a look at it! Don't wait at this Price it won't last long! We love Trades! We will work hard to make your buying Experience Simple and Easy! Call us today we'd love to get you riding! Thank you for looking Like us on Facebook for News & Discounts s:// /pages/Cycles-Skis-Atvs/130861030328236

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