Suzuki has announced the addition of the sought after AP50 to its popular and ever-growing Vintage Parts Programme, with the iconic 49cc rotary-valved two-stroke joining the RGV250, GT750, the original GSX-R750, and the GT250 X7.
The programme makes finding, buying and fitting parts for more classic Suzukis even easier, by listing all of the parts still available from the factory in one handy, online resource, as well as making parts booklets, brochures and service manuals available to download.
Tim Davies, Suzuki GB’s Aftersales Marketing Co-ordinator, commented, “Since the programme’s launch we had a clear plan of the models we wanted to include, and the AP50 was always on there as an iconic sports-moped. We’re just as enthusiastic when it comes to projects and restorations of older Suzukis as the restorers themselves, so we’ve looked at the most popular and tried to accommodate them. It takes time to get everything in place to add a bike to the programme, but hopefully it helps those restoring one of the included models and makes the process that bit easier.”
If you own an AP50 or any other classic Suzuki, head over to the Classic Suzuki Sunday at the Super Sausage Café on the A5 near Towcester on Sunday 7 September. Post code NN12 7QD.
To take advantage of Suzuki’s Vintage Parts Programme or for more information on any of the models featured, visit www.suzuki-gb.co.uk/vintage-parts
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