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2006 Yamaha Road Star on 2040-motos

YearYear:2006 MileageMileage:10329 ColorColor: Deep Metallic Red
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Yamaha Road Star tech info

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Yamaha Road Star description

2006 Yamaha Road Star, This 2006 Yamaha Road Star features a carbureted 1700cc motor and5 speed transmission. It received a fresh service at our dealership. Accessories Include: Cobra Exhaust Sissy Bar

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