1968 Suzuki S32-2 Olympian

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Post Sale Update: After being relisted twice on eBay, this Suzuki S32-2 sold for just $950.  What a steal!

The Suzuki S32-2, also known as the Olympian, was a 150cc 2-stroker twin with dual carbs, a 4-speed transmission, toaster tank, and most surprisingly to us, an electric starter. Though the speedo goes to 100mph, you shouldn’t expect to top 80 while riding it.

Suzuki S32-2 - Left Side

This lovely Suzuki was only produced for 3 years, and was somewhat popular in the US. Of course, most have disappeared over the years, making this a very rare survivor. The 150cc engine was good for 16 horsepower at 8,000 rpm, which was sufficient for a bike that weighed just 253 pounds.

Suzuki S32-2 - Engine

The seller has uploaded a video with a walkthrough and a quick startup of this Suzuki S32-2 here:

This specific Suzuki S32-2 has a rebuilt motor and was painted just last year. The owner has fit low bars (but has the originals available), and you’ll get some extra parts like a stator motor and flywheel. Note that there are a couple of minor cosmetic needs to bring this bike up to 100%, including replacing a missing chain guard, steering dampener knob, and the right foot peg rubber. For less than $1,500 you can have a solid runner that looks great, and makes all the right 2-stroke noises.

Suzuki S32-2 - Right Side

Find this Suzuki S32-2 for sale here on eBay with a Buy-It-Now price of just $1,350 in Fort Wayne, Indiana.