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    A few nice Yamahas...can you identify them?

    Seriously, I don't know. Well, except for the black SR500. I really like the others too, but I'm not sure what they are. I saw these at the tt: https://tw200forum.com/forum/trails-o...vashon-tt.html

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    RD, XS650. Don't recall the designator on the little blue twin.

    Love that Goldwing. lol.



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    The first one looks like an SR500. I had one once and the seat looks familiar as well as it looks like a one lunger! Then I tried to make a dual-sport out of it and messed it all up for good. Talk about your arms getting numb from the buzzing handlebars, boy howdy the TW's buzz doesn't even compare!
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    The blue bike looks like an early 80's 550 Seca 4 cylinder

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    You'r right. I was thinking of their little twins of around the same time frame. I think they were also XS's?



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    WOW! Those bikes are beautiful. In addition to the Yammies, there is a toaster BMW behind the XS650.
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