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1974 Suzuki GT250 with 5,500 original miles, new crankshaft seals, and new top end. This vintage kickstart-only cafe racer is a unique bike that is in great overall condition. It’s a rare two-stroke road bike – not many of these around! The right-side cover is the two-stroke oil reservoir. You keep the oil reservoir filled, and the oil pump injects oil into the cylinders to create the proper mix. This is a fun little bike that is great for zipping around town. It has that classic two-stroke “ring-a-ding-ding” sound, and of course, a bit of two-stroke smoke too! If you’re looking for a unique cafe racer with a classic feel, then this is the bike for you. Metallic red-magenta color. See the list below to get an idea of all that’s been done to the bike. (At the bottom of the page there’s also a link to a video of the bike starting and running.) Clean title. Deposit due within 24 hours. Balance due within 7 days.
New crankshaft seals (installed by Bill Bune Enterprises in Anoka, MN) Bored .040 over (also by Bill Bune Enterprises) New Wiseco pistons & rings New clutch New clutch springs New clutch cable New front brake hydraulic hose New headlight bucket, lens, and bulb New headlight brackets New Motogadget m-Blaze Pin front turn signals New taillight New rear turn signals New rectifier / regulator (solid state) from Oregon Motorcycle Parts New points & condensers New battery New Acewell gauge, includes the following features: Tach (analog) Speedometer (digital) Neutral indicator High beam indicator Turn signal indicator Low battery indicator Odometer Trip odometer Backlighting New clip-on bars New clutch lever New front brake lever / master cylinder New throttle cable New coils & plug wires New spark plugs New foam pod air filters New grips New Golan Click-Slick petcock New fuel lines and fuel filters New fuel cap seal New exhaust seals New seat cover New rear shocks Rebuilt oil pump Reconditioned OEM left and right control switches Reconditioned OEM ignition switch Ignition switch relocated to frame, just below the gas tank on the right side Carburetors rebuilt, re-jetted and synchronized Fresh 10W40 oil Tires have low mileage
Video of the bike starting and running: https://youtu.be/Ak0gLEp_PhQ