Pick of the ads! Suzuki GSX-R1100

Brutal looking GSX-R1100 could grace our garage any day
WHAT WE SAY:

Outdated, overweight and slow to steer. The cradle-frame GSX-R1100 may have been lost in a timewarp as bikes like the Honda FireBlade and Yamaha’s YZF750 showed the world what a sports bike should really be like back in 1994. But today this last of the GSX-R1100’s would make an appreciating modern classic. When new they were good for 177mph, and with a decent rider on board could still hussle with the best of them, if you were man enough. Today it’s going to feel a bit flabby and long with a strange riding position that cramps your legs and makes you stretch to the bars, but put all that aside and go and have a look at this GSX-R1100. It’s a practical modern classic that will do 45mpg and should be going up in value soon.
Twin pipes, shell suit graphics, this is 1994 at its burly best


WHAT THE AD SAYS:

Suzuki GSX-R1100 W, £1500, 1994 (L reg), 1074cc, 33736 miles, Blue,

Description
A one owner from new Suzuki GSXR1100 WR 1994 comes with a private registration number! This bike has to be viewed to appreciate how clean it really is, Brand new tyres, Anodised CNC top front fork adjusters, Tinted screen, Braided brake lines all round, Powder coated enamelled white wheels, Original genuine totally unmarked Suzuki factory 4 into 2 exhaust, Toolkit, New Yuasa battery, Original unblemished factory paintwork, UK bike not a grey import, As fresh as a daisy all round, No corrosion issues, V5c docs, keys, Mot to 27th November 2013, HPI Checked and 100%, never been dropped and has probably never seen the rain, Awesome vicious superbike! Feel free to contact me at matthewdiaz1985@hotmail.com! Thank you! Tel: 0207-4173352

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