I started a new project. It’s a 1977 Yamaha XS750 I picked up in Virginia for $120. It obviously doesn’t run, but the engine kicks over and the frame seems straight. My plan is to strip it down to the frame and build an entirely new bike in its place. I think the XS750 is… Read more »
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Check out this 1973 Yamaha TX500 for sale in Vermont. It looks pretty nice. The seller said they’ll take $1,750, but you might be able to get it for $1,500 or less.
Check out this stock 1977 Yamaha XS650 for sale in Reston, Virginia. The seller is totally insane to be asking $3,400. I’d go like $1,000 for this bike. I’d want to chop it up.
There’s a 1979 Yamaha XS750 for sale in Woodbine, Maryland. It looks pretty cool, but I’m not seeing $5,000 here.
Check out this bad ass 1979 Yamaha XS650. It looks totally done. Well, I’d want to open that triangle.
Here’s a 1975 Yamaha XS650 for sale in Elizabethtown, Pensylvania. The seller has been trying to sell this bike for awhile. The bike was listed at $1,800, but now the seller says they will take $1,600. It has some upgrades, like new exhaust, handlebars and a custom seat. Without those upgrades I’d put the bike… Read more »
I found this 1973 Yamaha TX500 for sale in Lebanon, New Hampshire. It looks pretty bad ass. The seller is asking $2,400.
Check out this 1978 Yamaha XT500 for sale in Tacoma, Washington. The seller’s asking $2,000 for this bike, which is probably a bit too high, but it looks pretty sweet. It has some worthy customizations to it, like a Mikuni carb, new handlebars and a fiberglass seat pan. Depending on how well it looks in-person,… Read more »
The Vermont Vintage Steele crew has turned out bad ass 1978 Yamaha SR500 scrambler. These guys have been building custom bikes for a couple of years and their quality is really improving. This SR500 shows some serious style and professionalism. I love the retro paint. My only complaint is with the tires. I don’t care… Read more »
Here’s a really nice looking custom 1978 Yamaha XS750 for sale in California. The seller doesn’t list a price, so it’s probably a lot. I’d wager it’s worth about $6,000, but it’s just a guess based on the photos.