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2013 Yamaha Road Star Silverado S S on 2040-motos

$15,890
YearYear:2013 MileageMileage:0
Location:

Darien, Wisconsin

Darien, WI
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Yamaha Road Star photos

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Yamaha Road Star tech info

TypeType:Cruiser PhonePhone:(877) 737-3608

Yamaha Road Star description

2013 YAMAHA ROAD STAR SILVERADO S, YOUR NEXT ADVENTURE IS IN THE BAG. Fill up the 4.7-gallon fuel tank, plant your feet on the floating floorboards and let that big 102-cubic inch fuel-injected V-twin have its head. Medium-size adjustable windshield. Color-matched hard sidebags. Touring saddle and passenger seat with backrest. Youre ready to go. The Road Star Silverado S adds chrome accents and more.

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