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Used 2005 Yamaha Vstar 1100 Silverado on 2040-motos

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Fort Smith, Arkansas

Fort Smith, AR
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2005 Yamaha VStar 1100 SILVERADO - Call for PriceView More pictures and Info.PRE-OWNED 2005 VSTAR 1100 SILVERADO. 12279mis. Silverado package includes: windshield, leather saddlebags, backrest.Additional accessories included: windshield bag, luggage rack, Cobra passenger floorboards, headlamp visor, signal visors, studded tank bib, chrome air filter cover.Year: 2005Manufacturer: YamahaModel: VStar 1100 SILVERADONew/Pre-owned: Pre-ownedMiles:12279Primary Color: GOLDTrim Color: BLACKCondition: ExcellentTitle: CleanWESTARK YAMAHA - 479.782.XXXX

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