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1986 Yamaha FZ750 For Sale-

1986 Yamaha FZ750 For Sale

Location: Manhattan Beach, CA
Mileage: 17,000
Price: $4,000.00
Selling from: 2007 Daytona 200 AMA winner Steve Rapp’s personal collection

Introduced in 1985, the FZ750 was a solid performer, but as we all know it was quickly outpaced by the GSX-R’s in 1986. The FZ’s sported some of Yamaha’s modern era technology and utilized the Genesis 5 valve cylinder heads which helped pump out a whopping 75hp at the rear wheel. Granted, not much by today’s standard, but in 1986 that was kik’n some ass!

1986 Yamaha FZ 750. If you have been looking for a nice FZ,This is it! Its has been gone over and is ready to ride or store in collection.It is all stock, just replaced clutch, battery,tires, oil,filter, chain, sprockets, spark plugs etc. 17K miles runs great!

As “days gone by” come full circle, bikes such as this one have found a special place in many hearts and garages. I can remember spending hours in the local Yamaha showroom drooling over the latest offerings from Yamaha in 1986. All the while knowing good and well that I couldn’t afford the brochure I was holding in my hand.

If any of you have a spot in the garage for a now ‘classic’ Cafe’ style sport bike with a sprinkling of exclusivity added for good measure- Click here to pick this one up.




  • Pretty sure I paid $4200 for my brand new one just like it, back in the day.. 🙂

  • Nice bike but $4k??? I have an excellent condition 96 CBR900RR with only 12k miles for $3800 in Nevada. Much better and better looking bike. ☺

  • I had a 1987 FZ700…it was my first street bike and i paid $500 for it back in the mid 90’s and sold it for $1500 20k miles later….never had a problem with it and it was pretty fast for what it was…but no way is it worth $4k maybe asking 2500 but even thats pushing it

  • I actually saw this earlier on craiglist, and my initial reaction was it is priced at least twice what it is worth, no matter how clean it might be. If I had $4K to spend ANY clean GSXR750 would be better bike for the money.

  • Yeah $2-2.5k is what older bikes are going for now a days.
    I found a 84 VFR 500 Interceptor with only 7600 miles that looks all stock and pretty clean for $1k. It may need a little TLC, tune up etc.. but I may buy it. Not a high performance bike but pretty rare in my book with low miles and all stock parts.

  • I am interested in this bike. Please call me, Bob, at 402-714-3543.

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