1971 Suzuki Ts125 on 2040-motos
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I have for sale a very nice 1971 Suzuki TS125. This is a great running,clear titled bike that I recently restored. It starts easy and rides and stops nice. This bike was already in good condition but the tank needed painting so I did the whole bike with new paint. The bike was polished up and checked out to be in good running condition and ready to ride. It does need a new headlight bulb though. Otherwise everything else works like it should. The seat is free of tears and the fuel tank is clean inside. The tire are original and still in decent shape. I also installed a new battery and cleaned the carburetor. I have a new oem Suzuki left hand grip ordered to replace the damaged one. Overall this a very nice, low mile bike and a rare find in this shape. Please call with any questions. Jim 507-227-6052
I have some other nicely restored bikes I will be listing soon.
I can help with finding a shipper.
I also have a 71 Suzuki tc125 and a 73 Suzuki ts185 for sale but not restored yet. I have a real nice restored 71 Suzuki ts50 I may part with too.
On Jul-11-16 at 14:31:38 PDT, seller added the following information:
I was corrected on the year. This is a 1972 not a 71.
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