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I have a Yamaha XS250 in my garage that has not been used for quite a while.

It is in good condition and runs well. It will have a new mot and was first registered in September 81.

Can anyone tell me what this may be worth and whether anyone is interested in buying it?

Any information will be gratefully received.

Many thanks

Mark

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put an add in the for sale section.
might be better using auction sites if your unsure as market will value it.

All depends on condition and milage/servicing how many owners etc

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I had the silver version of that as my first road bike.

Loved it with fond memories 😟😟 

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1 minute ago, jimmy said:

I had the silver version of that as my first road bike.

Loved it with fond memories 😟😟 

Insert brash, cheesy 1950s American TV advert voice..:

 

 

FOR ONLY £????.99 YOU COULD REVISIT YOUR PAST!

Take a stroll back to the late 70s / early 80s with this XS250.

Cruise the streets on this fine example of yesteryear.

6 speed. 248cc, Four Stroke, 180 degree SOHC Parallel Twin

2x32mm Mikuni Carbs

Duplex Cradle Frame

And at 174kg wet, it won't break your back when you're pushing it home after running out of Petrol..!

Don't delay, get down today!

To Honest Daves Motorcycle Emporium and Deli...


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Snakebite  those who know me  know I was being heavily sarcastic.

I fkn hated the thing and have no fond memories whatsoever. The only memories are of being last to pull away from anywhere because the fkr would never start.

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Oh well...
Actually, I think it looks quite cool :D

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Go  on Jim"  relive  your  yoof  ,  🤣🔧

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I may if the price is right.

I think EI would sort out the starting 

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