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Yambits UK
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Recently bought a 1981 350LC, and whilst browsing the web, found this company which stocks parts for all older and most recent Yamaha’s

Their service is top notch .... considering I was ordering bits for a 39 year old bike and they arrived in 3 days.

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#2
I think Seth uses them.
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#3
you got any pics doc , what colour is it , the white ones my particular favorite ..
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#5
I had a 250 in Mars colours, then a 350 in red and white, same as above.

Been looking for a decent one for ages, then this popped up.

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#6
Fix a beauty that. Only going up in price too!
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(14-07-2019, 10:18 PM)DrMarten Wrote: I had a 250 in Mars colours, then a 350 in red and white, same as above.

Been looking for a decent one for ages, then this popped up.

that looks the dogs , martin. well done i'm very envious. the best colour, looks original , rekon that cost you a kidney or two.... Big Grin
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#8
It wasn’t as bad as it could be. Not quite a kidney, more a nip and tuck.

It’s a German import, so it’s a full power as a UK bike would be the only thing is the speedo is in kmh.

The sheer fact that a UK bike with matching numbers would be 10-15k, complete madness.

It is matching numbers, one owner...from 1981. It has had some restoration but is completely original and complete.

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#9
You forgot to mention that we are all welcome to take it out for a spin any time we fancy, that's right isn't it Doc?

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#10
Errrrr....... I’ll get back to you on that one Laugh

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(16-07-2019, 12:01 PM)Ledwardio Wrote: You forgot to mention that we are all welcome to take it out for a spin any time we fancy, that's right isn't it Doc?

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