2 Owners – 1983 Suzuki GS750ES

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In 1976, Suzuki debuted their first four stroke machine in over 20 years, the GS750. An “E” model debuted in 1980 with 16 valves and Suzuki’s TSCC – Twin Swirl Combustion Chamber. The “E” bikes had a chin fairing while “ES” models got a half fairing. Here’s a clean 2-owner ES from the last generation of the model run.

By the end of the E/ES run, Suzuki had made lots of significant changes. Power was up to 70 ponies while over 28 pounds of weight had been removed. What might have been most notable was the Full Floater monoshock suspension. For more information, check out this Retrospective from Rider Magazine.

This example has a healthy 63,400 miles but it looks to be quite clean and in good shape. The seller acquired it from the original owner in 1987 and he’s got a “significant paper trail” of service records, the dealership service manual, and owners manual. He’ll also throw in the factory black chrome exhaust and some spare parts. It looks like an honest, well-maintained classic. Find this GS750ES for sale here on Craigslist for $3,250 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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