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Re:What makes them Special?
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Re:What makes them Special? 7 Months, 3 Weeks ago  
You mean special like rides the short bus special?
 
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Re:What makes them Special? 7 Months, 3 Weeks ago  
Not sure if these are just in Canada. Lots of chrome though. Original paint , Pearl White and Silver. I added the fairing and got it painted in matching colours. And for the right price I'll part with her.





 
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Re:What makes them Special? 7 Months, 3 Weeks ago  
They made about 150 of them. They are for some Canadian anniversary. They were commissioned by the outfit that imports Yamahas. Similar to the Palomino edition, they are not Yamaha's own idea from the factory. That would be the Millenium Edition and the Silver Edition. BTW, the Silver Edition also had chromed fork legs, a blacked out motor, SE seat and bags, a unique tank bib, and the whip stitched leather accent behind the windshield chrome plates. Identifying marks are liquid silver paint, and the rear fender badge with the sequence number (502/16000 for mine) to go with that speedometer face that says Silver Edition on it.
 
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Re:What makes them Special? 7 Months, 3 Weeks ago  
Ok that makes sense...that's why you can't find them listed anywhere. Thanks guys!
 
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Re:What makes them Special? 4 Weeks ago  
jd750ace wrote:
They made about 150 of them. They are for some Canadian anniversary. They were commissioned by the outfit that imports Yamahas. Similar to the Palomino edition, they are not Yamaha's own idea from the factory. That would be the Millenium Edition and the Silver Edition. BTW, the Silver Edition also had chromed fork legs, a blacked out motor, SE seat and bags, a unique tank bib, and the whip stitched leather accent behind the windshield chrome plates. Identifying marks are liquid silver paint, and the rear fender badge with the sequence number (502/16000 for mine) to go with that speedometer face that says Silver Edition on it.https://www.kijiji.ca/v-street-cruisers-choppers/city-of-toronto/2004-yamaha-road-star/1235885535?enableSearchNavigationFlag=true # 287/ 300
 
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