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1970 Suzuki Other on 2040-motos

US $6,999.00
YearYear:1970 MileageMileage:20 ColorColor: GREEN
Location:

Berlin, Connecticut, United States

Berlin, Connecticut, United States
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Suzuki Other tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):500 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty

Suzuki Other description

1970 Suzuki T500 Titan........rare 1970 with tank mounted  parcel rack 
as you can see this is a full restoration, inside and out
the engine has been fully rebuilt
new crank reduild, new clutch and spring set, all new gaskets, fresh top end  ( professionally bored at A&M machine     .50 )
all engine hardware nos or replated.....cylinders and heads beaded for that like new look!
all chrome items you see....have been triple plated from New England chrome ....awesome!!!
frame swingarm , centerstand sidestand battery box, air box, peg brackets....all 
powdercoated in mirrro! black 
the paint is PPG  and shines 8 coats deep 
ther is countless nos parts used in this restoration!
all spokes nippes rims are genuine Suzuki nos , wheels were laced and trued by  a wheel  professional!
even the tires are brand new IRC ( not a cheap wing- wang knock off)
all gray cables....brand new perfect
even the horn is brand new ( loud and clear)
bike comes with owners manual, parts manual, service manual and even a new tool kit!
beautiful bike certainly worth your consideration


     Okay, all you collectors will want to own  this after reading it all through. So up for sale is my 1970 T500 Titan.  with 3 miles on speedometer since the restoration. This bike purrs like a kitten, shifts great, and drives excellent. This bike has been painstakingly picked apart nut by nut bolt by bolt and completely redone to factory specifications. Every part on this bike has been replaced, re-chromed, polished, powder coated, painted or re-plated. This bike is just as it rolled off the showroom floor.  It is that nice and that detailed. 

   Not many people go to the extent that I did on this restoration, with such detail to the original specifications. I see other restorations with new bolts. But they were hardware store bought bolts. I see parts brake hardware not re-zinced. I see wrong size washer or no washers at all. I have used the correct number bolt that are the correct length with the correct size washers in the correct places. The restoration was completed by myself with 20 plus years of experience restoring T500S   I have put a lot of time and money in this bike as you can see. No expense was spared and painstaking attention to detail. This is literally a brand new bike from 1970. You would be hard pressed to build a bike as nice as this for this price. BUY with confidence you will not be disappointed.

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