1972 Yamaha 360 RT2 . Restored Better Than New From A Boneyard Scrap .




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B Sedgwick: Well done!  Had that one back in high school.

Mopeds, Scooters and Cruisers: Wait, no wheelies? Those were wheelie kings back in the day.

malipiper: I have a 1973 360, that I am in the process of breaking down now so I can have the frame and other parts powder coated. My dad bought this bike new and I can remember at 4 years old sitting on the tank and holding onto the cross bar as my dad took me for my first ride. If you are willing I would love to ask you a few questions about your beautiful restoration.

Steve Hacker: AMAZING bike! Just lose the music, sound effects, and slide show, and make it an ACTUAL VIDEO THROUGHOUT, and let us hear the bike the WHOLE TIME... The cheesy music, and ESPECIALLY the awful sound effects really need to go, man. And even better, how about video of the actual restoration PROCESS?

Francis Kok: I also have one of this 360cc RT1, and later over the year, several 250 DT1 too.. The RT1 is a real badass, as the name said "angle-breaker".. because my neighborhood mechanic found out.. a blue-black angle... that the reason Yamaha put in a de-compression valve on top of the exhaust port.. the kick-back is nasty..

Eric Drossart: Du bel ouvrage !! Bravo Micou ! Et quel coup de jarret, avec ça elle démarre du premier coup ... tu casses le mythe !!J'aime 👍 la conclusion poétique avec ce coordonné classieux de gris ! Trop fort l'artiste

Victor Alejandro: Transformation Azombrosa! une machine vraiment belle. Félicitations. Salutations de l'Argentine

Power Wagon: I had the RT I version black with red pinstripes.

Vic Camenzuli: fantastic, I have a two owner RT2 that has been 'stored' for 37 years. all there but the fork tubes have rusted.

Christian Roux: J'ai la même moto, j'aimerais les mêmes balades… Merci Micou, on en veut encore, et encore.

K Male: Beautiful. I had a '72 in my junior and senior year of HS in '75 & '76. Great bike. Super restoration. There dont seem to be too many around anymore.

03bonneville: Super job.....killer bike
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1972 Yamaha 360 RT2 . Restored better than new from a boneyard scrap . 5 out of 5

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1972 Yamaha 360 RT2 . Restored better than new from a boneyard scrap .