Yamaha DT2 250 – 1972 Restored Motorcycle

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Yamaha DT2 250 – 1972

Year: 1972
Manufacturer: Yamaha
Model: DT2
Colour: Pearl Yellow
Engine Size: 250
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Kick Start

Restored 1972 Yamaha DT2 250 Motorcycle.

The frame was sandblasted and powder coated gloss black.

The fenders and the chain guard were sandblasted and repainted in the correct shade of grey.

The engine was rebuilt with new seals and gaskets.

The seat was recovered.

All of the electrical items were tested and replaced if needed.

The gas tank, headlight shell, oil tank and the fork ears were re-painted in Pearl Yellow.

The tool box, air box, stand and skid plate were sandblasted and painted Yamaha black.

All of the nuts and bolts including the spokes, wheels hubs, sprocket and engine covers were polished.

A really lovely restored Yamaha DT2 250 Motorcycle.

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