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2005 Yamaha V Star 1100 Custom Cruiser on 2040-motos

US $4,500.00
YearYear:2005 MileageMileage:11

San Diego, California, US

San Diego, CA, US
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Yamaha V Star tech info

TypeType:Cruiser PhonePhone:8589229188

Yamaha V Star description

2005 Yamaha V Star 1100 Custom , Here's your chance to own an awesome cruiser!! I'm selling because my wife is 7 months pregnant and unfortunately, it's time to put biking on hold. This is really a great bike with some excellent modifications and extras. I'm very sorry to part with it, but I'll be happy to give it a new home that will treat it well. I purchased this bike new in 2005 at Fun Bike Center and it has always been in the garage when not being ridden. There are only 11,000 miles on this bike and half of those are from long distance riding up the Cali coast. Tags are paid through November, 2013. $1000s worth of modifications and extras included with your purchase: - Hard Krome long exhaust pipes - these have a deep throaty roar and sound great! - Thick drag bars (almost straight handlebars) for that stretched out cruiser look - Factory jet kit with K&N air filter plus - Tear drop air filter cover with flames to match the tank - Steel braided brake and clutch lines - Electrical lines hidden inside handlebars - Forward chrome foot pegs (to relax on long rides) with matching chrome passenger pegs - Granucci slim profile leather seat - Gel seat pad for longer rides - this kept me comfortable on a 7 day, 1,700 mile ride! - National Cycle Switchblade removable windshield (pictured off bike) - Kuryakyn ISO flame design hand grips with ISO Throttle Boss - Chrome brake fluid cover with flames to match the tank - Yamaha back roast and luggage rack (pictured off bike) - Silver neck covers (around key hole) which give it a chromed-out look,/li> - Full set of luggage including: large Tourmaster sissy bar bag, Cortech tank bag, and Cortech saddle bags - Chrome clock that fits over the handle bar bolt - easy viewing while riding - All Yamaha labeling removed which included another small piece of chrome - the stock part had 'Yamaha' engraved on it. The only labeling is the logo (not name) on the speedometer. - Battery Tender trickle charger - All stock parts also included! - One minor issue and an otherwise perfect bike - The tail light cover is cracked. The light still works. I haven't bothered to fix it, but you can purchase the replacement part for under $20 like item #200954543431 on ebay. Please send any questions and I will be quick to answer. I'm also happy to provide more pictures if you want to see specific parts of the bike. I'll be home all weekend for showings. Call/text at 858-922-9188. $4,500.00 8589229188

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