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Suzuki Madura Gv 1200 on 2040-motos

US $1,900.00
YearYear:1985 MileageMileage:34882 ColorColor: Green

Granger, Indiana, United States

Granger, Indiana, United States
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Classic muscle bike. V4 engine. Shaft drive. 6 speed.

Carbs just re-worked. Runs great. Brand new battery.

Extras include: quick release spitfire windshield. Saddle bags. Highway pegs. Helmet lock. Throttle lock. Service manual. 2 extra oil filters.

Known issues: horn and low gas indicator light not currently working. Paint blemish in front of gas cap.

This is a daily rider, not a pristine showroom bike. (And it is not new!) But it still gets looks, questions, and compliments at stoplights. Ride it as is and enjoy. Or start a restoration project if you prefer.

Come see the bike. Price can be discussed if needed.

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