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I picked up a 1966 Suzuki T20 X6 Hustler gem a few weeks ago at an estate sale. There wasn't too much information available form the estate sale company about the bike. All they knew was that it has been sitting in the garage for a long time and was "froze up", and had very old gas in the tank. The bike had a 1970's Michigan license plate so it had been legally off the road since then.
I don't think I walked more than two feet out the door before I turned back to purchase the bike. The price was good, and I was two in love with the bike to wait for a phone call to see if it was a good investment or not...guess when you are driving a borrowed pickup truck it makes the decision to purchase a non running bike easier.
The next day the estate sale company called to say they found an envelope with a bunch of bike things - keys and more keys, original owners manual, service punch cards, warranty, title form 1966, tank badges...
Amazingly the bike is a time capsule, everything is there and intact!
Needs a good scrub down and a bit of TLC but I plan on keeping her stock.
While de-gunkifying the carb unfortunately a needle jet broke
Wanted: Mikuni "Needle Jet", Series 126 size N-6
PHOTOS COMING SOON
First, welcome to the fold. Great people here!Well, how do I post a picture, I thought I was pretty savoy but guess not.