Yamaha Wish List from Chris

chris/ June 24, 2007

Dear Blog,

Chris has sent you their Yamaha Wish List. This Wish List is designed to make shopping for your enthusiast easier. Visit your local authorized Yamaha dealer to purchase these Genuine Yamaha Products…
http://www.starmotorcycles.com/star/dealers/dealerhome/home.aspx

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A message from Chris,

It's like a wedding gift registry, without the wedding 🙂

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WISH LIST ITEMS FROM YAMAHA MOTOR CORPORATION, USA

Perforated Glove – MD, Black
Sku: STR-03GLP-BK-MD
Quantity Desired: 1
Price: 31.95
San Antonio Leather Mesh Jacket – MD, Black
Sku: STR-04JSA-BK-MD
Quantity Desired: 1
Price: 209.95
"Meteor" Sunglasses by Spy Optic – Black Frame / Gray ARC Lens
Sku: GLS-METER-BK-GY
Quantity Desired: 1
Price: 89.95

Products shown online are available for purchase through authorized Yamaha dealers.
Suggested retail prices are shown. Prices may vary due to supply, location, freight, etc.
Actual prices are set by the dealer. Product and specifications are subject to change
without notice. Availability is subject to production, stocking, and demand.

4 Comments

  1. as i told you by email, when you have some $ to spend towards the windshield, then I’ll help with that (like half). I think you can get some of the other items for less elsewhere…..Yahama dealerships like their mark up profits.
    L~D

  2. Yeah…I ended up picking up some leather gloves and sunglasses at the swap meet this weekend for a total of $17. I even got a hot dog and potato wedges combo (with a soft drink) for $4.25–and it was a Hebrew National (R) hot dog!

    Now I just need boots, a leather coat, and the windshield. I’ve been watching amazon and ebay.

  3. I went kinda nuts with stuff:
    1. Headlight modulator $127
    2. Helmet $320
    3. Saddlebag (cheep stuff) set $60
    4. White leather jacket $290
    5. Gloves $2.50 at a garage sale

  4. you spent $320 on a helmet?!? whoa.

    in other news, the damned motorcycle safety course in California (the “progressive” state) costs $235. Ugh.

    I took my first riding test this morning and failed. I’m gonna go back to the DMV and practice a couple of times before trying it out again…

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