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** Updated price does not include the extra set of OEM fairings**
Time to say goodbye to my mistress of 12 years.
Road 5's mounted last season (~ 1,500 miles on them)
oil changed at the end of last season
R&G Tidy Tail
D&D aftermarket exhaust
USB plug for phone or GPS
Custom seat (Terry's Custom Seats)
Upgraded Racetech fork internals
New chain and sprockets (less than 3,500 miles)
additional set of OEM front fairings (never mounted)
Well after a couple conversations with the Mrs this is where we are. She wants a Indian Scout and this one has to go first. Copy and paste ad from FB. As always little bit of a discount to friends and bubbys.
FS: 2007 Yamaha V Star 1100 Classic $3300
Super clean, immaculately maintained. All fresh fluids and serviced. NEEDS NOTHING. Ready to ride. Low miles. Sounds great.
Black Cherry Metallic and beautiful chrome.
Vance and Hines Exhaust(also has stock exhaust that goes with it)
Touring wind screen.
Highway pegs(not in pic)
Sissy back rest for rider and passenger.
Leather side and rear bags
Stibel air horn.
Why are we selling? This is the wifes bike and she wants an Indian.
Clean and clear title in hand.
For sale. I'll add pics when I get back from vacation
2014 CB500x with 10,500 miles
SW Motech crash bars, SW Motech belly pan, Leo Vince Exhaust. 2 complete sets of wheels/tires with brakes discs, etc...1 set up with street tires, and one with knobbies. Comes with stock & extended windscreens...stock levers and shorty levers. Luggage rack and top case. Center stand. Probably some other things I'm forgetting.
If you heard me talk about this bike, you know it has been off road and it has been down. Crash bars did their job and there was no real damage. Tank, forks, frame, handlebars, even the levers were completely undamaged. I did replace the shifter & crash bars (they were scratched up but still fully functional).
I bought this to get into adv riding, but was surprised at how good it is on road. It's quite capable in corners with lots of ground clearance. It even did really well on last year's 2,500 mile Gap Trip. It'll cruise all day at 90 mph and tops out around 110-115.
Mechanically and functionally it's 100%. Cosmetically is in good shape except for some mud I've been too lazy to wash off.
I think $3,500 is a really fair price. GPS could be negotiated.