Suzuki GS1000 – 1977 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer : Suzuki      Year :

Suzuki GS1000 – 1977

Year: 1977
Make: Suzuki
Engine Size: 1,000
Model: GS
Mileage: 15,500
Colour: Black
Start Type: Electric
Drive Type: Chain

Restored 1977 GS1000C. Fully rebuilt on 2012.

Manufactured in Dec 1977 this is an early example of the 1978 model.

New: Professional paint and decal/badges.

Powder coated frame, swing arm, handle bars, forks and most other parts such as brake calipers.

New brakes pads with stainless hoses.

New Mikuni 34mm flat slides with new pod filters.

New tires.

New battery.

New headlight bucket.

New stainless steel headers.

Rebuilt forks with cartridge emulators fitted.

New rear shocks.

Polished engine cases.

Re-covered seat

Repainted engine.

Box section swinging arm.

Period Lester wheels and discs.


A really clean looking Suzuki GS1000 Motorcycle.

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