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1976 Suzuki Other on 2040-motos

US $3,999.00
YearYear:1976 MileageMileage:15
Location:

Galena, Illinois, United States

Galena, Illinois, United States
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Suzuki Other description

You must have at least 5 feedbacks to bid or your bid will be cancelled, sorry but due to past EBAY experiences that is the way it is. 

   Ask questions! I will do my best to answer them. Make sure this is what you want BEFORE BIDDING...not after you receive it. ( sorry to all the honest ebayers )

If you are a vintage Suzuki fan check out my other auction for a 72 GT750....

This is a VERY NICE RE 5. Included in this auction will be all 4 turn signals and the original head light, the head light ears are still on the bike. I just purchased this from the original owner. He said he never let it sit very long he liked to " keep the oil flowing" as he said. This bike was obviously well cared for. The way you see it is the way I got it. I have not shined it up for the pictures. I am not very familiar with these strange machines so I feel it would be better off in the hands of a Suzuki collector that will appreciate it more than I will. All the lights, horn, electric starter everything works. This bike is a running and driving. I've only driven this up and down the street a few times since I do not have plates for it. As a safety measure the typical things should be done like checking the chain tension, oil change, tires etc. The tank is beautiful inside. I would say the worst cosmetic flaw is some paint bubbling behind the right side "Suzuki" emblem. This is NOT a rust issue, the former owner admitted spilling some brake fluid on it from the master cylinder. I think this bike looks too nice to restore and should be just ridden the way it is. It starts instantly, idles nicely and sounds good.  I think it just needs to get out on the road with a new owner who will appreciate it. Most of the chrome is bright and shiny. There are some nicks and scratches on the lids of the Diablo saddle bags but nothing to detract from the beauty of this bike. Look closely at the pictures and ask questions I will do my best to help.  You are buying this AS IS so ask questions.

SHIPPING ARRANGEMENTS AND COSTS ARE THE BUYERS RESPONSIBILITY. I WILL HELP LOAD ON TO A TRUCK IF NEEDED. THANKS JIM

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