1981 Suzuki GSX750 'Silver Suzi' Limited Edition
Frame no. GS75X-520696
Engine no. GS750X-147074
Suzuki's first multi-cylinder four-stroke - the GS750 - arrived in 1976 and within a few years there were GS models of varying engine capacities. The next phase of development saw the range updated to four-valves-per-cylinder 'GSX' specification in 1980. Moving further away from its two-stoke origins, Suzuki abandoned the GS's built-up roller-bearing crankshaft in favour of a more conventional forged item with plain bearings. The GSX's cycle parts were state-of-the-art, if conventional, comprising a tubular steel frame, telescopic forks, twin-shock rear suspension, alloy wheels and triple disc brakes. Suzuki claimed a top speed of 120mph with the quarter-mile despatched in 12.5 seconds. Introduced in 1981, the 'Silver Suzi' was a cosmetically enhanced, though mechanically identical, limited edition model. Number '260' out of 500 made, this 'Silver Suzi' currently displays a total of 12,251 kilometres on the odometer and is described as in generally good condition. The machine is offered with Netherlands registration papers.
- The vendor has retained the original Netherlands Vehicle Registration Document, in order to have them stamped by the authorities after the sale. Copy documents accompany the lot an the vendor will endeavour to return the original NL documents once updating them with the authorities.