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Selling my 2019 Clean Raptor 700 SE Red


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Selling my 2019 Clean Raptor 700 SE Red,, Runs great, street tires and rims, mud tires and rims, nice pipe and chip, lots
of power, and well kept. My bike is working perfectly okay and has no accident record.

Asking price is $7,000

Item specifics
Condition: Used    
Year: 2019    
Vehicle Title: Clean
Drive Train: 2-Wheel Drive    
Type: Sport
Exterior Color:    Red    
For Sale By: Private Seller
Make: Yamaha    
Transmission Type: Manual

Serious buyer should contact me:

Email: [email protected]

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