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Used 2005 Yamaha V-star 650 Silverado For Sale. on ns1.2040-motos

$3,850
YearYear:0 MileageMileage:13
Location:

Lebanon, Pennsylvania

Lebanon, PA

Yamaha Other tech info

VINVIN:JYAVM01E55A072992

Yamaha Other description

The V Star 650 classic is 1 of the most easy and comfortable cruisers out there. They are very nimble in the twisties, and yet planted on the straights. This bike comes with saddle bags, wind screenand floorboards for the ultimate in cruiser touring. This bike is completely serviced, inspected and ready to roll. See this and other cruisers and sportbikes athttp://www.theautohunters.com Haldeman Auto 717-273-XXXX

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