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1975 Suzuki Other on 2040-motos

US $13000
YearYear:1975 MileageMileage:7

Los Angeles, California, United States

Los Angeles, California, United States
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Suzuki Other description

1975 Suzuki GT-250 two stroke twin with Ram Air heads in all original condition. This bike is complete (only is missing left mirror) and never modified or restored. The bike runs (smokes) and rides with everything in working condition. Almost new tires and good battery. The seat is original and perfect.

The GT-250 in original condition is really to find. I bought the bike to restore and hate to sell it but I am restoring an RD400 and next have an RZ500 to restore. 

The bike has a couple of dings (no dent) in the tank and the chrome is stained but the most important part in buying a vintage motorcycle is to buy a complete and original bike. 
GT-250 is in my list of bikes I want to have but it has to wait for the right time because it takes me on average a year to complete one bike and by the time I get to this bike it will be a few years. 

I am selling this bike at loss, it took me a long time to find a GT-250 that has not been molested or modified and paid top dollars for it. 

It comes with a clear title and owners manual.  

Note: this is an old bike that has not been ridden for a year, it needs to be checked and serviced to be road worthy. 

Sold AS-IS without any guarantee or warranty.

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