1982 Suzuki Gs750 - No Reserve! Runs! Needs Tlc - 15k Miles! - Look! on 2040-motos
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This 1982 Suzuki GS750 has been donated to our non-profit organization, and we have not driven the motorcycle ourselves. NOTE: The date stamp on the pictures is NOT correct! This was the camera's default date setting, and the pictures are recent! We understand that it runs good, but does need a tune up. This bike has not been driven since last fall, and while the battery will take a charge, it is old and needs to be replaced. The chain only has about 2000 miles on it, the front tire is in fair condition, and the rear tire is new (see pics)! There are some oil seeps and there is a slow leak in the gas tank which must be repaired. The bike is in good condition (again, see pics), but is missing the right side cover panel (easy fix!), and the bike does have some scratches including on the headlight, due to age, storage, etc.... This 1982 Suzuki GS750
is located in Lingle, Wyoming (82223 zip code), and with a little work will make a GREAT cruiser and will be back on the road in no time!
This is a NO RESERVE AUCTION! This 1982 Suzuki GS750 is being sold as-is / where-is and is available for local pick-up only. A $200 paypal deposit is due at the end of the auction. Any shipping will be at buyer's expense (please get a quote before bidding). IF YOU HAVE ZERO OR NEGATIVE FEEDBACK, please CONTACT ME BEFORE BIDDING or your bid will be CANCELLED!
Please feel free to contact me (David) at 240-418-8860 or Wade (the owner) at 307-575-3257 with any questions. Again, this 1982 Suzuki GS750 is located in Lingle, Wyoming and is ready to go to it's new home! Don't let this one get away!
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