1985 Suzuki Gsx-r on 2040-motos
Suzuki GSX-R tech info
Engine Size (cc):750
For Sale By:Private Seller
Suzuki GSX-R description
If you are looking at this auction, chances are you know what makes this 1985 Suzuki GSXR 750 special. It is a grey market import and the United States did not get the mighty GSXR until 1986, unlike the rest of the world that got it in 1985. This bike came from Japan and has the correct GR71F vin to confirm that. 1985 GSXRs have a few different things, such as the vents in the top of the side fairings, the two piece seat, and three gauge cluster among other differences. I originally went through the headache and process of getting this bike here and titled to restore it but my situation has changed and I no longer will be able to.
Currently this bike is not running, and I have never had it running. I was told it was a good running bike and I have spun the engine with the battery cables hooked to a jumper box. It is not a pristine showroom bike and the bodywork does have some bumps and bruises, along with the left side fairings being secured with random non-original bolts. The exhaust is also what appears to be a unknown muffler that was welded onto part of the original header. The bike does go into all gears and with power all of the lights work on it with the exception of the missing turn signals. I am confident that with some fresh fuel, a battery, and maybe a carb clean this bike will run. The bike has 34,555 km (21,271 miles) on it.
This is a great chance to own a rare bike that has already had the difficult parts taken care of. It is fully US legal and I have a clean/clear title in my name in hand. You will absolutely never see another one at the local bike night! I can assist with shipping, and can possibly make a deal to deliver the bike depending on your location as well. Please feel free to message me if you have any questions and I will do my best to help you.
Suzuki GSX-R for Sale
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