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1986 Suzuki GSX-R 750 Limited with Just 850 Miles!!

1986 Suzuki GSX-R 750 Limited For Sale

While we’re always happy to show late 80’s GSX-R survivors on this site, we get a little extra excited when a Limited comes along. Especially one with under 1000 miles! Reserve hasn’t been met yet, but with bids nearing $10k after just a day there are quite a few interested parties to be certain. Don’t miss your chance if you’ve been waiting!

1986 Suzuki GSX-R 750 Limited For sale on eBay

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from the seller:

This bike is a very low mile original survivor

It has 856 original miles on it and is in showroom new condition

This bike has been in 2 private collections and stored in controlled environments since new

The only thing missing off the bike are the 4 side reflectors that were mounted on the front and rear fairings

Otherwise, the bike is as it came from the factory including the original tires, and chain.

All the lights, turn signals switches and other operating systems are in working order.

$T2eC16hHJHUFFfz!UcdZBRiYkLbI+Q~~60_3

$(KGrHqZHJEkFGJDgQq4pBRiYkMjjdw~~60_3

7 Comments

  • Oh. My God. About as good as it gets. The only issue I see is that ugly PA state inspection sticker on the left fork leg- every time I’ve removed one, it’s permamently damaged the laquer finish underneath.

  • If that 1600 mile ’87 GSXR1100 is worth almost $12K and rising, then this baby is a $20K specimen, no?

  • Nice bike, looks like it shares parts with the gamma.

  • That’s 856km – not miles. CDN version bike.

  • I have one with 364 miles on it and this one looks very clean and correct in every detail. I wonder why they removed the reflectors and did not at least keep them! 🙁 and does the bike come with the factory stand that came with the bike?

  • Sold for $22,400- JS

  • 4 bidders in over $20k too! Congratulations to the new owner!

    dc

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