Condition: for restart - Registration papers: with Italian registration - Location: Italy
|Brand:||Bimota (More lots)|
|Engine size (in cc):||1000|
|Year of first registration:||1991|
|Registration papers:||with Italian registration|
|Located in country:||Italy|
Bimota - YB8 - 1000 cc - 1991
Frame number: 005, produced in less than 250 units.
Yamaha 1000 cc engine.
It belonged to a motorcycle lover and collector.
It’s been standing still for years as its owner had longstanding health problems. Always stored indoors, away from humidity.
Fairing is perfectly preserved and in very good condition.
Slight signs of age - some scratches on the mirrors and minor oxidation signs on the alloy parts and handlebars (near the controls).
Rims in good condition.
High-quality hand-crafted exhaust.
Since the motorcycle was unused for years, mechanics need a major service. The engine is loose.
Complete with all components of the time, documents in order for change of ownership.
It can be viewed and picked up in Ragusa.
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