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1989 Yamaha V Max on ns1.2040-motos

US $4,200.00
YearYear:1989 MileageMileage:16 ColorColor: Blue
Location:

Litchfield, Minnesota, United States

Litchfield, Minnesota, United States
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Yamaha V Max photos

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Yamaha V Max tech info

TypeType:Dual-Purpose

Yamaha V Max description

I have owned this bike for 15 YEARS . in 2014 at 14000 miles i had the engine rebuilt and new clutch and bike painted  .  sense  then it has had scratches and chips in paint . left hand vmax cover has 4 inch 1/4 inch scratch . engine paint faded and worn.  front tire is new but back is pretty smooth . I OWN THE NEW VMAX . two different animals . this vmax just need some love and some paint . It still has that fun driving feel .  cleaning the shops out . got to much stuff, time to purge   

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