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Exclamation Yamaha DT400 , DT400 MX 1977 For Sale..

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Hi Guys & Girls.

I’m putting up for sale another one of my bikes from my two stroke collections

This is a genuine Yamaha DT400 MX Enduro 1977 with matching Frame & Engine numbers as it left the factory.

The bike has been fully restored to show room condition and would make a great part to anybody’s collection or just to use and enjoy in the summertime. How cool would this bike looked parked outside a cafť.

This bike comes with it’s original NOS Yamaha sales brochure, genuine owners handbooks, workshop manual and parts book.. (Even the NOS tool kit is still present)..

This bike even has installed the rare Yamaha optional extra front fender extender..

There is a thick folder with all the receipts for the NOS parts used totaling over £3000+ ..

Some of the NOS parts used in this restoration are no longer available and if you was to build a bike to this spec today, then it would cost you a lot more money in parts and time.


For Sale £3995.. ONO..

If you have any questions, then please feel free to email if you need anymore info..

I can arrange shipping anywhere in the UK, Ireland, Isle of Man or Mainland Europe or put you in touch with Chas Mortimer Motorcycle Transport in Kent..

Cheers for looking
John

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That's sweet, I love the old school enduro's. I restored an XT250 1981 a few years back and had endless calls for it, apparently the stunt teams used them so a lot got trashed and have become less available than the xt500. Sweet looking bike with its gold wheels but a gutless 4 stroke. Good luck with your sale.

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Cheers Chris

I'm also going to put my 1976 TT500 up for sale..

Wait till you she her... She has never been restored and has been part of a collection for years...

Cracking bike !


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john why not do a retro on the XT turn it in toi a Goldie
as for the DT if i was back in the UK i would get it . i used to have 76 yellow 400 and a yellow 6v DT 250C great bikes

i have a form of dislexia as i have said plenty of time and it dont bother me .................. but im not stupid or a tard so dont try it on


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john why not do a retro on the XT turn it in toi a Goldie
as for the DT if i was back in the UK i would get it . i used to have 76 yellow 400 and a yellow 6v DT 250C great bikes

Aaaarrrrrr Col.... I have a nice clean condition 74' DT400C waiting to be restored with all new NOS parts.. Check out the pictures..

I've also got the cleanest 1969 DT1 250 for sale, but I haven't actively advertised it because I really like the bike.. One of my favorites these early DT250's...

My 76' TT500 is to genuine to even think about putting a spanner to her.. The 500cc motor sounds as sweet as a sewing machine and pulls like a train..

Wait till I get the chance to take some pictures... .. She even comes with the 76' owners hand book, proper factory Yamaha workshop manual and the original American Pink Registration Slip...

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identical to mine even with the oxford rack on it my 250 was identical to my 400

i have a form of dislexia as i have said plenty of time and it dont bother me .................. but im not stupid or a tard so dont try it on


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identical to mine even with the oxford rack on it my 250 was identical to my 400
I bought my first DT ( a mighty power 175cc) from Brian at Slocombes in Neasden.. Them where the days :

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