Suzuki GT250X7 – 1979 Restored Motorcycle
Manufacturer : Suzuki
Year : 1979
Suzuki GT250X7 – 1979
Engine Size: 249
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Kick Start
Restored 1979 Suzuki GT250 X7 Motorcycle.
Suzuki claimed that this was the first 100mph 250cc production motorcycle when they were released.
This Suzuki was fully restored by its owner using only genuine nos Suzuki parts.
The frame, stands, seat base, brackets and battery tray were powder coated.
The wheels were refurbished and new tubes and tyres were fitted.
A new high quality seat cover was fitted.
The forks were re-chromed and refurbished with new seals.
The brakes were rebuilt with new seals and pads.
A high quality respray was completed new quality decals.
The engine was stripped, checked and rebuilt.
The crankshaft was rebuilt with new seals.
New piston rings were fitted.
The carbs were stripped, cleaned and rebuilt using genuine service kits.
A new genuine front mudguard was sourced.
The footrest rubbers were replaced.
A great restored Suzuki GT250 X7 Motorcycle.
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