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1985 Suzuki Gs700e Classic / Vintage on 2040-motos

US $2,299.00
YearYear:1985 MileageMileage:29 ColorColor: WHITE

Garden Grove, California, US

Garden Grove, CA, US
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Suzuki GS photos

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Suzuki GS tech info

TypeType:Classic / Vintage Stock NumberStock Number:F2101296 VINVIN:JS1GP72A2F2101296 PhonePhone:8666918120

Suzuki GS description

1985 SUZUKI GS700E, Very clean and,very rare.New battery,carbs cleaned and,sync'd.Looks and,runs awesome.Totally stock other than grips,mirror and,turn signals and,rear sprocket.Must see to beleive.No only.Call for details.

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