1975 Yamaha Other on ns1.2040-motos
Yamaha Other description
Thanks for looking at my 1975 Yamaha DT125A. This is not a museum piece but a true survivor with just 3416 miles. The only non-original parts are an aftermarket rear sprocket, buddy pegs, mirrors, and fuel petcock. This bike still has the original Yokohama tires showing good tread. Some mechanical work recently done include: carburetor rebuild via a sonic tank , left and right engine seals, and a top end rebuild (2nd overbore using nos Yamaha piston and parts). The one item that is not functioning is the electric starter. As such, the bike will start on the 1st or 2nd kick. All lights including headlamp, brake lights, and turn signals operate as they should along with the horn. The bike goes through the gears w/o any issues and brakes also work perfectly. There is absolutely no rust inside the gas tank and has a 1 year old battery. Along with the bike is the original Yamaha owners manual, Yamaha tool kit, and a new 1975 Virginia licence plate that has never been registered. These original unmolested bikes are getting hard to find, but I do have the title and will be glad to work with the buyer to coordinate with any shipping issues. As such, I also reserve the right to sell the bike locally.
Shipping for US Buyers Only. $500 deposit due within 24 hours and balance is due within 7 days.
Good luck bidding!
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