WTS/WTT OR Vintage 1971-ish Yamaha 125

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  1. STUKA

    STUKA
    Close to Milwaukie
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    Selling my vintage Yamaha AT-1 125cc 2 stroke
    Electric/ kick start
    2131 miles.
    Runs well, I just had it out this weekend (still dirty in pics)
    Brand new knobby rear tire, brand new AGM battery, newer carb and air filter.
    Horn works,Lights work (original taillight and luggage rack included, I took them off for off road riding)
    No title,off road only
    Has ORV tag good until the end of 2017.

    The not so good-Has a small tear in the seat cover, and the front tire is weather checked (still has good tread and holds air.. I've ridden on it for 2 years, just thought I'd mention it)

    $600 cash,or will trade for guns.
    I prefer older military type rifles,revolvers,etc. but will consider all offers.

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  2. Velzey

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    2100 miles, that is just barely broke in! Wow it's looks pretty good for its age.
     
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    Thanks, Tim!
    It was at around 1700 miles when I got it.It sat in a barn for years and years!
    I replaced the parts that I mentioned as being new, and have been riding it as often as I can.
    I've replaced it with an almost same vintage 250 though..
     
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    Any way you know of to license it in Oregon for road use?
     
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    License plate holder, mirrors and turn signals would do it.
     
  6. STUKA

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    I have the mirror,the license plate holder is part of the taillight bracket, which I also have.
    Turn signals weren't required equipment in the USA until 1973.

    ORS 816.340 - Exemptions from required equipment - 2013 Oregon Revised Statutes (http://www.oregonlaws.org/ors/816.340)

    As for a title/plate, the state of Vermont will issue a plate and registration for any bike under 300cc, even if you are NOT a Vermont resident.
    You send them a bill of sale, a $40 fee, plus sales tax (6% I believe?)
    They send you a plate 3 weeks later,and it is fully transferable into Oregon when you're ready to transfer it. I did it 3 months ago with another bike.
    It works and it's 100% legal.
     
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