1974 Yamaha Tx650a on ns1.2040-motos
Yamaha TX650A description
I am selling my 1974 Yamaha TX650A Motorcycle. It is a 650CC twin cylinder, four stroke engine. It is considered a street bike and I have owned this bike for over 16 years. During that time I have rode it less than 1000 miles. The bike runs and shifts very good and has no oil leaks. The speedometer reads 19,425 miles, it does work. I coated the fuel tank about ten years ago and it seems it is doing good and does not have any dents on the fuel tank. This bike has both electric start and crank.
The bike is not completely original. It has after market exhaust pipes, not original seat, has no center stand, and custom made side covers. It will need new tires and fork seals (I have the replacement seals that will come with the bike).
Please let me know if you have any questions and feel free to call me at 507-689-4186
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