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Used 2008 Yamaha Road Star 1700 For Sale on ns1.2040-motos

$9,399
YearYear:0 MileageMileage:3
Location:

Aliquippa, Pennsylvania

Aliquippa, PA

Yamaha Road Star description

2008 Yamaha Road Star 1700. This cruiser currently has 3,400 mis and it is in terrific condition. Equipped with a 102 cubic inch V Twin 5 gear manual transmission. Main color of cycle is Charcoal gray with white flames and a black leather seat. Engine size is 1,700 cubic centimeter. Cobra exhaust pipes and windshield equipped. Crash bar plus a rear seat backrest. Leather saddlebags included. This cycle has never been dropped and no leaks. Clean title in hand. This is a must see and everything on it works well. Serious inquires only. Qualified buyers may be eligible for Financing, Nationwide Shipping and Extended Warranty.

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