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2008 Yamaha V Star Silverado on 2040-motos

YearYear:2008 MileageMileage:18980 ColorColor: BLACK

Phoenix, Arizona

Phoenix, AZ
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Yamaha V Star photos

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Yamaha V Star tech info

TypeType:Cruiser PhonePhone:(888) 340-8050

Yamaha V Star description

2008 Yamaha V Star Silverado, 2008 YAMAHA VSTAR SILVERADO The V Star 650 Classic features an authentic 40 cubic-inch, air-cooled V-twin. With long, low styling and lots of chrome, this V Star is ready to impress.Weather you are just starting to ride or want a entry level commuter, you wont be disappointed with this Vstar 650. A part of the Yamaha line for over a decade and a fun bike to get around town with. No need to buy any extras as this bike comes standard with Windshield, Bags and Back Rest. No Used Vehicle Conditioning Charge!

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