1989 Yamaha Other on ns1.2040-motos
Yamaha Other description
1989 YAMAHA FJ1200 EXCELLENT CONDITION!
For 25 years this bike has been taken care of by owners who
Took pride in owning one of the best motorcycles ever produced.
This is a great example of how perfect these bikes were. This 1989 FJ1200 is in Excellent Condition throughout. It only has 25K original miles and is always well maintained. Everything works. No issues. I would say the only thing to note is it will need new tires next spring although they just passed inspection through July 2017.
New clutch in July 2016. Bottom end carb rebuild June 2016.
It has a pair of Supertrapp Silencers which add a nice low growl and makes it perform better. I have installed an 8 pc. blue LED light package which really makes it stand out in a crowd.
I hate to part with it but I have a very sick dog that is racking up vet bills as I type this so I donít really have a choice. I am putting a low starting bid to ensure it sells.
Buyer must pick up locally or make arrangements for shipping at their expense. Clean PA title and valid 7/17 Inspection.
Yamaha Other for Sale
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