1972 Yamaha 360 Enduro that I carefully restored and finished in March this year.  I have been restoring 1972 and 1973 Yamaha Enduros for the past several years and primarily taking them to AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days to show and sell them.  This bike is one of two identical bikes I built this year.  One was owned by a good friend of mine’s father and he wanted me to restore it for him.  I had a good candidate for restoration (this bike), so I did both bikes at once.  These were the nicest bikes I have ever built.  This is basically a better than new RT2.   My philosophy when restoring a motorcycle is to use any of the original parts that can be cleaned up to ‘like new’ condition.  If the original part can’t be cleaned up, it must be replaced with a new part or restored, i.e. re-plate, powder coat, paint, etc.  Once all parts are dealt with, you are basically assembling a new motorcycle.  This bike turned out extremely well.  I admit the pictures are spectacular (done by my son), but the bike really does look as good in person.  There are no hacks or improper parts on this machine.  All of the paint and powder coating is extremely well done.


Location: Kokomo, Indiana, United States

Price: Auction <- check here if it's still available

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Originally listed on September 27, 2016. Note that older listings are displayed for reference and will most probably not be available.