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1970 Suzuki T500 on 2040-motos

US $1,500.00
YearYear:1970 MileageMileage:14
Location:

Dayton, Ohio, United States

Dayton, Ohio, United States
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Suzuki T500 photos

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Suzuki T500 description

 DONT MISS YOUR CHANCE. Pair of scare, early Suzuki T500 Titans. Two stroke twins. 1969 and 1970. Both will require full restoration. Both are mostly complete. There some missing nuts and parts. Both engines were removed and mocked back together for photos. Please view all 24 photos. The 1970(light green) has matching engine, frame and clear Ohio title. T500-25164. Appears mostly complete except mufflers, some carburetor parts and some small items. Has surface rust all over. Has 1 year only tank with mount for tank rack(missing). Tank looks good albeit faded. No significant dents or damage. Very clean inside. The gauges are complete and mileage 14476 looks correct. The engine is frozen stuck but will probably free up after soaking. Appears all original. The machine rolls freely and old tires hold air. The 1969 (dark green) appears mostly complete. It has no title but I will provide bill of sale. T500-22146. The engine is free and sounds very good with strong compression. The engine is later and does not match. Engine # T500-105597. Has complete exhaust and nice set of complete carburetors. Chrome should clean up to driver quality but nothing mint or show quality. Rear fender has 1 bolt and appears crooked in photos. The tank has no significant damage or dents. Includes a nice set of original winged badges. The inside has surface rust and will need cleaned and or lines. Has the 1 year only diamond seat which is kind of hard and has some damage but I've ridden worse. The tachometer appears original but the speedometer with 746 miles appears later. Rolls freely and old tires hold air. The machine appears mostly complete but again both bikes are mocked to together so not all bolts are installed or included. Please view all 24 photos and ask all relevant questions prior to bidding.


Email with questions. Buyer to pays $500 non refundable deposit with 3 days of auctions end and balance due within 7 days. ***I WILL ACCEPT PAYPAL. I ACCEPT INTERNATIONAL BIDDERS. ALL NUMBERS MATCH on the 1970 AND CAN BE EXPORTED> I can assist with loading at you or your shippers convenience from my commercial location 45410. I can store the motorcycle for up to 30-45 days with payment in full received within allotted time.   Please be sure to look closely at all of the pictures so you see exactly what you’re bidding on! As is- where is- as found. All sales final. No chargebacks or refunds allowed for any reason. This is an as-is vehicle, which means that once you buy it, you own it with all faults (known or unknown). By bidding on my item you agree with my terms set forth above.  IF YOU HAVE NO FEEDBACK YOU MUST EMAIL PRIOR TO BIDDING OR YOUR BID WILL BE CANCELED. . IF I EMAIL AND YOU DO NOT RESPOND YOUR BID WILL BE CANCELED.  I WILL ACCEPT BIDS FROM INTERNATIONAL BUYERS. PLEASE ARRANGE YOUR OWN SHIPPING AND I WILL ASSIST.

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