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Used 2009 Yamaha V-star For Sale. on 2040-motos

$3,995
YearYear:0 MileageMileage:8
Location:

Plano, Texas

Plano, TX

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VINVIN:VSTAR

Yamaha Other description

.style1 text-align: center; For Sale By Owner & Located Richmond Virginia Our passion at WeBe Autos is Classic, Musscle, Vintage and Exotics. Call Michael Runnalls for more details and directions 631-328-AUTO Thank you, Michael Runnalls We Be Autos Ltd. Long Island, NY XXXX@WeBeAutos.com www.WeBeAutos.comhttp://www.webeautos.com/trade-appraisal.aspx WeBe could be Buying or Selling YOUR car too! (O) 631-339-XXXX (F) 631-339-XXXX - This Yamaha is in Excellent overall exterior condition - - Contact Michael Runnalls at 631-339-XXXX or XXXX@WeBeAutos.com for more details. -Payments quoted W.A.C. at a price of $3995 at 6.99 APRIL for 96 mnths with 10% down payment cash or trade. Taxes, Title, and charges will be collected at the time of delivery. Customers must qualify for special rates and/or extended terms. All offers to finance on approved credit, subject to final lender approval, some restrictions may apply, negative equity may be added to new loan, see dealer for full info. Payments are quoted without any tax, title, license, dealer handling and/or dealer add-on.

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