Check out this 1976 Yamaha RD400 for sale in San Francisco. According to the seller, the bike was not running when they bought it, but they fixed it up and it’s running sweet now. It looks nice too. I never know what these old 2-strokes are worth. I’d have hard time coughing up $3,900 for… Read more »
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I don’t know about finding a buyer for 2 bikes, but these custom XS650s look pretty cool. They both have some really nice upgrades and look really clean. I don’t necessarily care for the styling options on either bike, but $7,000 for the pair doesn’t sound crazy. If I were living in Seattle, I’d probably… Read more »
Here’s a 1979 Yamaha XS650 for sale in Maltby, Washington. This isn’t the first time I’ve seen this bike for sale. I posted about this bike back in November. At the time the seller was trying to get $2,800 for it. It wasn’t worth $2,800 back then and it’s still not worth $2,500 now. It’s… Read more »
This 1981 Yamaha XS650 custom build is still for sale in St. Louis Park, Minnesota. I wrote about this in October when the seller was asking $6,000. Now the price is down to $4,850, which is a lot closer to what I would consider paying for it.
Anyone looking to finish someone else’s project bike might find this 1980 Yamaha XS850 interesting. The seller is asking $1,600.
Someone is selling a 1972 Yamaha DS7 in Portland, Oregon. It looks all stock and all complete. It looks like it should run and the seller says they have an RD350 project bike, if someone wants to make a deal for both.
Located in Beaverton, Oregon is this 1979 Yamaha 750 for sale. It has some nice upgrades, like 3-to-1 exhaust, pods and rejetted carbs, and a Dime City Cycles custom seat. The seller is asking $2,750. That sounds a bit high, but not too far off if it’s as nice as the seller says it is.
Here’s a nice looking 1979 Yamaha 750 for sale in Shelton, Washington. It’s got some nice mods and looks ready to roll. The seller is only asking $2,100. That seems totally worth it.
Here’s a 1975 Yamaha RD250 for sale in Shelburne, Vermont. The bike looks like it’s in OK shape and the seller is asking $1,800 for it. So if you want to rock a seventies 2-stroke.
Here’s 1977 Yamaha RD400 for sale in Eureka, California. I think $2,750 is too high for a bike that’s half tore apart and the owner doesn’t know if everything is there. And if you’re up in northern California, pick up a tasty sack of weed.