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1986 Suzuki GSXR-750 Limited with 10 Miles at IconicMotorbikes!


This post is in our archives. Links in this post have been updated to point to similar bikes available to bid on eBay.

How often does an opportunity like this become available for public sale? This GSX-R 750 Limited has only 10 miles, comprised of delivery and push travel only.

We’re a little short handed this week but I didn’t want this one to go unnoticed so it’s getting quick-posted before the auction ends in the next 19 hours. Check out our previous posts on GSX-R 750 Limiteds to learn more about this homologation special.


1986 Suzuki GSXR-750 Limited for sale on eBay

from the IconicMotoribikes:

Just 299 were brought to the US to satisfy AMA Homologation requirements, and we believe only 500 of these bikes were actually produced in total. Intended as the basis for a production-based race bike, many were taken right to the track, and few survive in this kind of pristine condition.

The LTD is the only production GSX-R delivered from the factory with a dry clutch, which makes it that much more exotic, and was mated to a close-ratio transmission. Lightweight bodywork, including a solo tail to help save weight, compared to the standard GSX-R750. The Limited also featured a longer swingarm, along with electronic anti-dive forks, calipers, and discs from the GSX-R1100 to add to the performance and “special factor” of this machine.

This bike comes from a private collection where the owner has finally decided to downsize. He’s kept it inside his home for much of it’s life and once you’ll see it in person, you’ll see it’s a true museum piece. The odometer reads 10 miles from rolling to shows, events, etc as it shows no signs of ever being ridden. It’s 100% stock and essentially classified as a ZERO mile bike.

If you’re looking for a bike for a collection or museum, finding one with next to ZERO miles is going to be a challenge if not impossible. I’ve only heard of two recently, and word has it that the Barber Museum just acquired one from the Midwest that was available for sale earlier this year. We offered $22K for that particular bike and didn’t even get a call back!

This bike is in excellent condition and truly an amazing example of a very collectible GSX-R.


  • OMG, someone please buy this! If I had the money I would be all over it. This could be a once in a lifetime buy!

  • I’m not even a Suzy guy, but WOW, that sounds like a truly signature piece from the most amzing decade to be a performance motorcycle enthusiast – would love to have this in my garage, living room, den, bedroom (which would be missing my wife, as this purchase would put me into the big D for sure)

  • I’ll give you $5000.00 for just the odometer!…

  • link goes to a different bike so I am guess it was sold?

  • These are truly Iconic. 🙂

  • Thanks gents! She’s a great example for sure. Maybe I can find you an odometer for 5k. Send me the funds and I’ll get you a brand new one w zero miles :). Hahaha. Thanks for all your support RSBFS. Means the world to us at Iconic!

  • What are people’s opinions of the Japanese model in red and grey colour? Some sort of team yoshi edition.

    Not as collectable?


  • Reason l ask is that this seems like Japanese version seems like a reasonable deal……it isn’t mine l was browsing / considering.

    10k USD.


  • I’ve only seen 2 of the JDM red/grey versions sell in the past few years and they don’t seem to bring the same money, in the US anyways, as the typical blue/white/red versions like the bike listed here. I think a fairly nice red/grey one went in the US for maybe $14k? It was somewhere around that.

  • Personally I love the Red / Gray, I was all over that last one on Ebay but it just kept running. Billy is right though, they definitely don’t do as well but that pretty much goes for most of the bikes. Red Ducati’s, green kawi’s, blue and white suzuki’s….people seem to like the colors that the Brand races with….in my experience anyway.

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