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2003 Yamaha Road Star Silver Edition Motorcycle Plus Free Storage! on 2040-motos

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Chicago, Illinois

Chicago, IL
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2003 Yamaha Road Star, Silver Edition, 1600cc motorcycle. It is in near mint condition, and runs perfect, with just over 24,200mis. This is a limited production bike. Only 1600 were made, and it has the special serial plate to prove it. The battery is good, and the tires are brand new! It has an open exhaust (Shogun pipes) but I do still have the original factory exhaust if you prefer a quieter bike. It has an open air kit (K&N style filter), and a carb jet kit. I have been keeping up with the maintenance and have been using semi-synthetic oil. There are factory bolt-on saddle bags, and an aftermarket backrest. There is a lot of chrome. I will also include the cover that I bought for it, extra motor oil, and the air filter recharge kit. This is a fantastic bike, and it is loud. BUY NOW, AND I WILL STORE IT FOR YOU FOR FREE FOR THE WINTER! It is located in Marengo. $5700Please Google Map Marengo BEFORE you call me. We are about 50mis northwest of Chicago. SERIOUS BUYERS ONLY. NO TEST RIDES. 847-323-XXXX

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