Yamaha XS250 – 1980 Restored Motorcycle

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Yamaha XS250 – 1980

Year: 1980
Manufacturer: Yamaha
Model: XS250
Colour: Red
Engine Size: 250
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Kick Start

Restored 1980 Yamaha XS250 Motorcycle.

This Motorcycle was fully restored by its owner.

The bike was completely stripped down.

The frame and swing arm were shot blasted and powder coated.

The front forks were hard chromed, ground and rebuilt.

All of the paintwork was professionally repainted.

All of the chrome work that was not replaced was re-chromed.

Many new and new old stock parts were sourced.

One of the switches was found in America.

The new rare rear mudguard was sourced from Germany.

The bike was rebuilt using stainless steel or plated fixings where possible.

The engine was serviced.

The carburettors were cleaned.

A lovely restored 1980 Yamaha XS250 Motorcycle.


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