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This 1972 Yamaha DT2 Enduro was refurbished and converted for off-road use by its previous owner, a vintage Yamaha collector in Dallas, Texas. Power is from a 250cc two-stroke single with a 5-speed transmission, and modifications include removal of the headlight and turn signals as well as the addition of a fork brace, aftermarket fender, and knobby tires. The bike has been displayed in the New England Motorcycle Museum for the last year and has been ridden less than 10 miles under current ownership. This DT2 is offered with a clean Vermont title in the seller’s name.
The fuel tank is finished in Pearl Yellow, while the fenders and side covers are satin black. The frame was also repainted and engine components were polished during reassembly. The seller notes that the paint on the tank shows orange peel and the forks show oxidation.
The bike was modified for off-road use through removal of the headlight, turn signals, gauges, battery box, and ignition switch. A fork brace, aftermarket front fender, and number plate were added. New old-stock Yamaha handlebars wear new grips and a period cross bar pad.
Wire-spoked wheels are mounted with knobby Dunlop tires, and a new chain and larger rear sprocket have been fitted. The tail light has also been replaced with a smaller aftermarket item.
The 250cc two-stroke single is paired with a 5-speed transmission and was reportedly rebuilt by the previous owner, though supporting records are unavailable. The following work was performed by the New England Motorcycle Museum last year according to the seller:
- Oil injection pump timed and bled
- Gear oil and air filter replaced
- Clutch, control cables, and tire pressure adjusted
- New spark plug added
- Compression test performed with 125 psi reported
A video detailing the features and condition has been provided by the seller.