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Suzuki Gt 380 on 2040-motos

US $1,000.00
YearYear:1973 MileageMileage:15124

Monterey, Indiana, US

Monterey, Indiana, US
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WarrantyWarranty:Bike sold as is For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller VINVIN:GT

Suzuki Other description

1973 GT 380 / serial # GT 380 32904 / miles 15,124 Bike has been in storage since 1984. I have known the history of the bike since the 70’s. It has not been beat on. I cleaned the carbs and points and the bike fired right up. Bike will need new points and plugs at some point. Tire, chain, and sprockets are OK. New battery, gas tank looks clean. Starts on 2nd or 3rd kick, shifts fine, all turn signals and lights work properly. Master cylinder on front brake not working, needs to be cleaned. Back brakes work fine. Pipes in very good condition, chrome is lightly pitted. Bike has been repainted. Also included in auction is a non-titled parts bike- GT 380 and a lot of parts- see pictures. Do have a clear title for the running motorcycle. This is a 40 year old motorcycle, not a show bike. But is a clean, good running 380. I have a fair reserve on the bikes; starting price $500.00 due within 48 hours at end of the auction. The remaining balance cash wire transfer or money order due prior or at time of bike being picked up.

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