Yamaha Engine Badges For R5, Ds7 And Cs5 Models on 2040-parts.com
Eastlake, Ohio, United States
Hard to find engine case badging for models R5, CS5 and DS7. Buyer takes all badges for one price. I've got them and my restored Yamaha and they look fantastic.
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