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 2005 Hot Rod Power Tour. 
Here are Just A Few Pictures Of The Hot Rod Power Tour 2005.
Here are Just A Few Pictures Of The Hot Rod Power Tour 2005.
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Rich And Jim's Car.
Rich And Jim's Car.
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My Original Brochure For The 1979 GS1000-S Wes Cooley Bike.

This Is The Write Up On The Brochure.

With only 535 produced the GS1000-S was also known as the Wes Cooley replica. The GS series worked well on the track, too, Wes Cooley and Yoshimura winning the young AMA Superbike Championship for Suzuki in 1978. Even the replica, GS1000-S was a very fast bike, being one of the abslote fastest motorcycles in the world. In today's standards, the model was a suicide machine with poor high speed stability but back in 1979 it handled as well as its competitors.

The beautiful racer replica was manufactured under two years, 1980 being the last model year for the GS1000-S. Then the GSX1100-S Katana took its place being the fastest and sporties Suzuki motorcycle.
My Original Brochure For The 1979 GS1000-S Wes Cooley Bike. This Is The Write Up On The Brochure. With only 535 produced the GS1000-S was also known as the Wes Cooley replica. The GS series worked well on the track, too, Wes Cooley and Yoshimura winning the young AMA Superbike Championship for Suzuki in 1978. Even the replica, GS1000-S was a very fast bike, being one of the abslote fastest motorcycles in the world. In today's standards, the model was a suicide machine with poor high speed stability but back in 1979 it handled as well as its competitors. The beautiful racer replica was manufactured under two years, 1980 being the last model year for the GS1000-S. Then the GSX1100-S Katana took its place being the fastest and sporties Suzuki motorcycle.
From: GS 1000S

All Painted Front, Yeah Brent, Sure, Sure.
All Painted Front, Yeah Brent, Sure, Sure.
From: 1995 Z/28 Loaded, Automatic, T-Tops Super Clean.


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