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Looks the goods for a pretty penny!

Post  3hundredspartans on Tue 6 May - 10:49

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1993-Yamaha-Townmate-/301175407870?pt=UK_Motorcycles&hash=item461f7404fe

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Re: Looks the goods for a pretty penny!

Post  JohnW on Wed 7 May - 1:33

Surprising its existed so long in virtually un-ridden condition, why would someone want to put away a commuter bike like a Townmate & maintain it in this condition. Looks too good to be true, maybe a restoration & speedo 'clocked'. Would have thought seller would have given more history on the bike. I suppose if its as good as it appears with no rust, the price is not that bad considering a modern Honda Innova would cost over £2k. But of course its still an 'old bike'.

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