Yamaha FS1E – 1976 Restored Motorcycle

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Yamaha FS1E – 1976

Year: 1976
Make: Yamaha
Model: FS1E
Start Type: Kick start
Mileage: 16,547
Drive Type: Chain
Gears: Four-speed manual

Restored Yamaha FS1E -DX in Kenny Roberts Yellow.

Beautiful unmarked paintwork in the correct colour with the correct decals.

Rebuilt in 2011 with genuine Yamaha parts:

Wheels Rebuilt with new Rims and Spokes.

Frame, Swinging Arm, Hubs and Brake Plates all powder coated.

New Mudguard, Indicators, Exhaust, Side Panel Knobs, Wheel Adjusters and Chain Guard.

New Wheel Bearings, Headstock Bearings, Mirrors, Levers Ignition Switch.

This bike still retains the original Pedal Mechanism in working order.

A great 1970’s “Sixteener” special restored to its former glory.

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  1. Mike says:

    We’re an enthusiast website displaying photos and stories of some wonderful bike restorations.
    Most of the bikes featured aren’t now actually for sale.
    Take a look at the “For Sale” sections to see what is currently on the market.
    Good luck and thanks for visiting.

  2. steve says:

    how do you contact the seller

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