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Suzuki : Other 1971 Suzuki Ts185 - Classic Enduro on 2040-motos

$1,199
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Location:

Seattle, Washington

Seattle, WA

Suzuki Other description

This bike is in very attractive condition, especially for a vintage dual-sport. It has had a full tuneup and is ready for the next owner to have a blast with it. Recent Maintenance: - New battery - New carburetor, with correct jetting - New fuel lines & Filter - Combustion chamber decarbonized - New spark plug Running / Operating Condition: Starts on the 1st 2 or 3 kicks if ridden everyday, more if its been sitting. Smokes on start up, but runs strong once warmed up. All electrics work, including headlamp, brake light, and neutral light. This bike did not come with turn signals, but there is wiring and a turn signal switch should you choose to add them. The headlamp switch is missing, so it always runs with the headlamp on. The tires have plenty of tread. This bike is lightweight and a ton of fun. Cosmetic Condition: Cosmetically, the bike is in very great shape for its age. There is some rust & patina, but it is hard to notice from four feet away. Please take a close look at the images for more details. Title Info: The bike is registered in my name to the state of Vermont, which does not issue titles to vehicles 15 yrs or older. However, when you transfer ownership to another state, they are required to provide you with a title. The process may vary from state to state, so please contact your DMV before bidding. Please let me know if you have any questions. It is the buyers responsibility to arrange delivery of the bike.

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