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2009 Yamaha V-star 950 Tour Classic 650 Cruiser on 2040-motos

US $6,950.00
YearYear:2009 MileageMileage:2 ColorColor: BLACK
Location:

Asheville, North Carolina, US

Asheville, NC, US
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2009 YAMAHA V-STAR 950 TOUR, BELT DRIVE,HARD LEATHER BAGS,WINDSHIELD. FUEL INJECTED AWESOME CRUISER,READY TO RIDE CALL 828-505-7575.

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Callaway Builds Motorcycle Engine

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Callaway is a name that has become synonymous with Corvettes over the years, and with good reason. However, in addition to unleashing the power of America’s legendary sports car, Reeves Callaway has also done technical and engineering consulting for motorcycle companies such as Yamaha. A few years ago, he showed the world a V16 motor he built using four Yamaha 1,000cc motorcycle engines mounted on a custom fabricated aluminum block.

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