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2014 Yamaha Bolt R-spec on 2040-motos

$7,489
YearYear:2014 MileageMileage:32 ColorColor: Matte Grey
Location:

Kissimmee, Florida

Kissimmee, FL
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2014 Yamaha Bolt R-Spec, LOW MILES FIRST USED BOLT! - INTRODUCING BOLT. Old school. New thinking. Minimalist style. Modern performance. From its slim, compact bobber-style design to its raw metal look and feel, it's everything you need. And nothing you don't. Bolt R-Spec version includes special colors, piggyback shocks, cool textured-color stitched seat, black fenders (on Camo Green model), and blacked-out mirrors.

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