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1962 Yamaha Yd3 on ns1.2040-motos

US $3,300.00
YearYear:1962 MileageMileage:5967 ColorColor: Black
Location:

Stillwater, Minnesota, US

Stillwater, Minnesota, US
1962 Yamaha YD3, US $3,300.00, image 1

Yamaha Other photos

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Yamaha Other tech info

WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller VINVIN:D5

Yamaha Other description

1962 Yamaha Yd3

Classic unrestored condition. Motorcycle has small scratches and wear marks but the paint is still very nice. 250cc class engine with lots of power. Very small oil drip from drain screw. Starts on the second kick every time.(Pre-mix Oil) All the mechanical parts (clutch, brakes, engine, carb....) are in great running order. This is a daily running motorcycle. Electrical (lights high and low, turn signals, neutral light, gage site) all work. The electric start works after you ride for five minutes this is due to a small battery. Has original tool set. 5967 miles on the motorcycle. You can look up the engine number and frame number on line. Old owner mistaken a 3 for an 8 on the engine number, so DMV dated the motorcycle as 1964 on title. EZ change to make. Take look at the pictures and judge for yourself. This motorcycle is 51 years old and runs as good or better than any new motorcycle. Also if you have a 1962 YD3 let me know. Not many around.

engine number: D5-36412

Frame number: Y13-36412

If you have any questions let me know by e-mail

Thanks for looking

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