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  1. #1
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    22nd March 2015 - 16:18
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    Trader Ad Details
    Make
    Suzuki
    Model
    GN250
    Year
    1986
    Capacity
    250
    Engine type
    Single
    Kilometers
    55000
    Style
    Cruiser
    Price
    $1,800
    Location
    Nelson Bays

    Gn250

    Selling on behalf of a mate who has headed overseas and is not looking
    at coming home so it needs to go these are great bikes for learners
    and riders who need a cheap bike to get to work etc...

    Bike has had a new clutch new battery and a fresh service 3 months ago
    new wof and will have a rego on sale.
    classic 80's version in fair condition has average paint
    tyres are in good condition.
    rides fantastic!!

    Please txt or call me for more info
    0276658871

    Cheers
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  2. #2
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    6th May 2012 - 10:41
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    when you say "GN250"... and "rides fantastic!!"...


    what the fuck are you talking about?


  3. #3
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    20th October 2005 - 17:09
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    If I were starting out, I would own that. I bought out of the box and only lost $400 of the purchase price when I sold it about 18 months later. I managed to over take a milk tanker around the Ruakaka area when I was delivering it to it's new owner. It took all the passing to do so

  4. #4
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    9th May 2008 - 21:23
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maha View Post
    If I were starting out, I would own that. I bought out of the box and only lost $400 of the purchase price when I sold it about 18 months later. I managed to over take a milk tanker around the Ruakaka area when I was delivering it to it's new owner. It took all the passing to do so
    Yep, as boring as it may seem, that was my first bike too. Mind you we're probably both showing our age now...

    I still see this as a valid choice for a newbie, you're going to upgrade once you've got a full licence anyway, so do the first spell on a Ginnie
    If the words I say offend you, imagine the ones I keep to myself...

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    1st September 2007 - 21:01
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    Quote Originally Posted by Akzle View Post
    when you say "GN250"... and "rides fantastic!!"...


    what the fuck are you talking about?
    It's called ... a "Contradiction in Terms" ... and $1800 for a 30 year old 250 with 55,000 (known) km's on the clock ...
    Sweat wipes off. Road-rash doesn't.

  6. #6
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    24th April 2014 - 09:16
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    Y'know, I reckon if you could get one of these cheap enough they would make quite a nice street tracker-look at the excess crap on them ready to be removed for weight reduction-would be a cheap conversion and a bit of fun.

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