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1978 Yamaha Dt400 (golden) on 2040motos

$200
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Denver, Colorado

Denver, CO
1978 Yamaha DT400 (Golden), $200, image 1

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Buyer did not show on Friday, so re-posting.1978 Yamaha DT 400Runs - we started it yesterday. It does have a fuel leak, so we keep the tank empty. I have pre-owned it for trail riding. Great for a beginner because it has low-speed power and you can crawl up hills and don't have to be going full speed. I got too old to ride it!We stripped all of the accessories off so I wouldn't break them on the trail. They are shown in 1 of the pics.I do not have a title.$200 OBO303-two-seven-three-5867

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