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For sale is my 2002 yamaha midnight star 1700cc bobber/ rat bike. For the past 3 years I've spent turning my stock midnight star into an awesome bobber. All the work I've done myself so it's not perfect I'm just a backyard blacksmith/fabricator but that's what makes it a fun bobber is the rugged hard look it has. Gets looks and compliments everywhere I go and it's always a conversation starter because there's only 2 places on the bike to tell it's a yamaha. If you have any other questions or curiosities the best way to contact me is text and also contact me before bidding to discuss the title (330). It's a rebuilt salvage because I had cut and (212) lowered the stock seat brackets (1069) which were part of the frame and also replaced the speedometer on the bike when I got it and then had to get it inspected (bone head mistake on my part to not get it inspected first) but that's why it has a rebuilt salvage. LOOKING FOR LOCAL PICK UP ONLY. I'm out of garrettsville ohio.
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