Here’s a 1977 Suzuki GS550 for sale in Virginia. It’s got some upgraded parts, and it’s sort of cafed, but it’s half-assed at this point. The seller is asking $2,350 for this bike. If it runs really nice and is mechanically mint, I’d do $2,000 for this bike. The backend is jacked up looking. The …
If you’re looking for a big fast 2-stroke, here’s a 1975 Suzuki GT750 for sale in in Danville, Vermont. The seller’s asking $2,500. It looks pretty cool. It looks pretty dangerous.
Here’s a 1974 Suzuki TS185 for sale in Kirkland, Washington. The seller is asking $800 for it. It doesn’t run and the gas tank is all dented up, I could see doing $250 or $300 on this. If I have to trailer the bike home, I’m not paying top dollar.
I found this 1971 Suzuki T500 “Titan” for sale in Vermont. It looks pretty beat up and tattered. The seller is asking $1,800, which is way too much money for one of these old two-strokes. I see a $500 bike here.
If you’re into GS’s, here’s a stock 1982 Suzuki GS650 for sale in Vermont. The seller is asking $950 and it looks like it’s all there and well-maintained. It could be a great donor bike if you’re looking to chop up a GS.
Hey San Diego, check out this rad 1976 Suzuki GT550 two-stroke for sale. This would be a really fun bike to ride and it’s pretty nicely cafed.
If you’re in the market for a stellar looking Suzuki GS 850GD bike to customize, here’s one listed on Craigslist. It’s all stock and really clean. The seller is asking $1,499, I’d go in offering $1,000.
I found this 1977 Suzuki GS1000. It looks pretty cool. However, I know everything is more expensive in California, but $3,800 seems high for this ride. That exhaust looks incomplete. I’ve never been a fan of just throwing away the mufflers and call it custom exhaust. So it needs several hundred dollars in exhaust and …
Here’s a pretty nice looking cafed 1980 Suzuki GS550. The work looks polished. The bike is located in Tewksbury, Mass. The seller is asking $4,000.
Hans Muth’s Suzuki Bandit custom bike looks great, you can read all about it on Bike EXIF. Muth is clearly a talented designer and that shows in his work. But while I can certainly see why many will ooh and coo at this bike, I find it uninspiring. With the resources at Muth’s disposal, I …