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Vintage 1969 Yamaha R3 350 2 Stroke on 2040-motos

$1,600
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Dallas, Texas

Dallas, TX
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HAVE A 1969 YAMAHA R3 350 NEEDS SOME MOTOR WORK BUT 98% ALL THERE GOOD CLEAN BIKE WITH SERVICE AND PARTS MANUALS, MATCHING HELMET,KEY AND TX. TITLE ASKING 1600.00 OR MAKE CREDIBLE OFFER CALL

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