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Here are some pics of my 1983 Yamaha MX100. Me and my dad didnt have to do much to it, it pretty much came like this, she just needed a good coat of polish and some TLC and it was looking (and running) like a swiss watch! And yes, some of the pics were taken at :thumbsup: Louee. Take a look and throw in a comment or two and tell me what you think!

Cheers :ride:

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wow, they all look the same?Just little red x's.Im just messin with you.

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wow, they all look the same?Just little red x's.Im just messin with you.
thats what they look like to me:excuseme:

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i think thats a dt100, someone just put the "mx" sticker on.

cool to have one, freind had one new, i dont think they made those in 83? might be older.

Its amazing isnt it... the MX100 and the DT100 are a spitting image of each other, what was Yamaha thinking!! And yes... it is a 1983 model!

Mick :thumbsup:

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my freind bought a new dt100 for his gf in the day, i remember having to take off the lights

the mx's didnt have lights. i thought they looked like this?

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yamaha mx100

maybe its a international thing, different models.

great fun to ride. now i want a minibike again.

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Pretty sure that's not an 83, looks more like 78 or something. Bet it's a blast to ride tho. Your family obviously has a vintage thing going on, that is great stuff. Thanks for posting.

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Pretty sure that's not an 83, looks more like 78 or something. Bet it's a blast to ride tho. Your family obviously has a vintage thing going on, that is great stuff. Thanks for posting.

DGXR,

I've done some research on the beast, and it is a 1983 model. Cant think why everyone thinks it isnt an '83??

Cheers, Mick :thumbsup:

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If I'm not mistaken, didn't Yamaha have some MX's that were white and yellow? If so what years were they?

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i had a white and yellow one of those. mine was the dualsport version with signal lights and horn and stuff. im not sure of the year but i think it was 83 or 82. it had "enduro" on one of the side plates. dt100j

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That is a DT my friend has one.

No way mate... take a look at the tank... it says MX!!

Cheers, Mick :thumbsup:

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No way mate... take a look at the tank... it says MX!!

Cheers, Mick :thumbsup:

Yeah, but the MX's didn't come with lights...

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i had a white and yellow one of those. mine was the dualsport version with signal lights and horn and stuff. im not sure of the year but i think it was 83 or 82. it had "enduro" on one of the side plates. dt100j

Yes! I could have sworn that was the case! A friend of mine (20+ years ago) had an MX 100 with no lights that had white plastic and a yellow seat. Maybe the OP's model is different being he is located in Austrialia?:ride: Maybe the US versions were white and yellow and the Austrailian versions looked like the DT's and were red???:thumbsup:

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Sweet bike, I had a DT1hondo back in the day. Beat da pizz outta it day in day out and it kept on braaap'n.

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my dt 100j had black seat, yellow tank and side cover/exhaust cover, and white fenders. this was an 82, Canadian version, with the headlight, and signal lights, and stuff. it had "enduro 100" on the side cover and exhaust cover.

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