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Vintage 1975 Suzuki GT750 Water Bufalo Two-Stroke Project - Original Paint
Bike is in good original shape. It has been in dry storage since 1990 and recently discovered. Only deviations from stock are that it appears to have had saddle bags at some point and a Mustang seat was installed. Tank is clean with some minor surface rust that can be cleaned up. Tank does have two dents from bikes leaning against it, but they are shallow and easily fixable while saving the original paint. Chrome is in good shape with some minor speckling, which is to be expected on a bike this age. Engine does kick over and have compression. Carburetors seem to be in good condition and slides move freely. I have not tried to start it as I'm sure it will need carbs cleaned, etc. Mufflers are in great shape with no rust. This is a great start to a project. These bikes are only going to appreciate. Bike will be sold with clear AZ title.
Buyer to pay $300 NON REFUNDABLE deposit at the end of the auction. Balance due within 7 days unless prior arrangements are made.
Buyer to arrange shipping or pick up in Tucson, AZ. I can deliver within a reasonable distance for a fee.
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