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2013 Yamaha Yzf600r on 2040motos

$9,500
YearYear:2013 MileageMileage:0
Location:

Las Vegas, Nevada

Las Vegas, NV
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Yamaha YZF photos

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Yamaha YZF tech info

TypeType:Sportbike PhonePhone:(401) 480-0058

Yamaha YZF description

2013 Yamaha Yzf600r , Matte Gray 2013 R6 with 5,500 miles on it. I am moving and need to get rid of it. I am open to trades for a vehicle so make me an offer. Open to trades of vehicles worth $7,000 +, need to get rid of the bike ASAP. Don't pass on this! I am in Vegas so ideally you will pick it up. Aftermarket: Double bubble smoke screen Grips Fender eliminator Integrated tail light Brand new tires Helmet, jacket, gloves, and go pro2 are yours upon purchase. 401 480 0058 $9,500.00 4014800058

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