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1974 Suzuki Tm250 Champion Vintage Racing Ahmra L@@k!! Tm 250 on 2040-motos

US $1,399.99
YearYear:1974 MileageMileage:111111 ColorColor: Yellow
Location:

Tarzana, California, US

Tarzana, California, US
1974   SUZUKI  TM250 CHAMPION       VINTAGE RACING AHMRA     L@@K!!   TM 250, US $1,399.99, image 1

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1974   SUZUKI  TM250 CHAMPION       VINTAGE RACING AHMRA     L@@K!!   TM 250, US $1,399.99, image 2 1974   SUZUKI  TM250 CHAMPION       VINTAGE RACING AHMRA     L@@K!!   TM 250, US $1,399.99, image 3 1974   SUZUKI  TM250 CHAMPION       VINTAGE RACING AHMRA     L@@K!!   TM 250, US $1,399.99, image 4 1974   SUZUKI  TM250 CHAMPION       VINTAGE RACING AHMRA     L@@K!!   TM 250, US $1,399.99, image 5 1974   SUZUKI  TM250 CHAMPION       VINTAGE RACING AHMRA     L@@K!!   TM 250, US $1,399.99, image 6

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       Up for auction is a 1974 Suzuki TM250 Champion dirt bike. This model Suzuki helped pioneer the dirtbike industry into what it has become today! The bike is in good condition for its age but does need TLC to be track ready. It has been in storage for several years but still fires right up after putting gas in the tank. However, the petcock has a large leak that will need to be repaired prior to use. The engine is in good condition with strong compression, good clutch and shifts threw all gears properly. All chrome is in good condition for its age with little to no rust. The tires hold air but should be replaced due to age. The frame is straight with No cracks, bends or repairs that I can see. The plastics are intact and do show signs of age. The seat looks like it was re-upholstered in the past and in good useable condition. Overall, this is a good bike in good condition for its age but will need TLC and minor repairs to being track ready. Excellent candidate for restoration. Sold with Bill Of Sale only.
       
      I am not familiar with this vintage Suzuki as I primarily collect Vintage Honda's; All information is stated to the best of my knowledge but I am not expert and strongly advise seriouse buyer to inspect the bike prior to bidding. Local pick up in Tarzana, ca. 91356 is preferred however, I will assist with shipping this bike if required. All shipping costs and arrangements are the buyer responsblity. Local delivery is available for a addition fee but must be agreed upon prior to completed auction. A $500 deposit via paypal is due with 3 business days and the remainder must be paid via cash upon pick up, personal check, Money order, bank transfer, ect. and must clear into my account before the bike is released to the new owner. Sold with a bill of sale only. This auction is listed with No reserve, highest bidders wins. Good luck bidding!!

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