|1968 Suzuki AS 50 leaflet from Japan.
Click to enlarge. I don't know if it's part of a larger folder or just a single leaflet.
I found the image on Internet.
|1968 AS-50 Colt sales brochure from USA (two pages). Click to enlarge.
|1968 Suzuki two-page advertisement from Nothern America.
Click to enlarge. ”Suzuki makes it!” The models offered in 1968 were: Suzuki 500 Five (T500 Cobra), T-305, TM 250, AS 50 Colt, X6 (T20). Published in Cycle Guide magazine, May 1968
It says the following of the AS50: ”See the Suzuki Colt AS-50 – Picture yourself on the raciest 50cc ever built. more racing feautres than any bike in its class.5-speed gearbox. Top speed of 60 mph. Racing-type saddle, fuel tank, speedometer, rotary valve. Smoother, stronger performance. And the Colt has a Suzuki race-bread lubrication system that ends oil-gas mixups. Move out on the Colt. It's rarin' to go.”
AS50 magazine ad from Japan, May 1968. "Let's Sport, Let's Scramble." Sorry, no larger image available.
|1969 Suzuki Sport AS50 sales brochure (two pages). Click for larger format.
Here's the text from the front page as I could read it from the original scan: Your
AS50 will draw crowds. It looks like a GP racer because it was
designed that way. But sharp smooth lines alone don't make a winner.
It takes engineering. That's why the Suzuki engineers made sure
evert feature of the AS50 was built to win! The AS50 does the
SS in 13.1 sec. and moves out at 95 kph - both new marks! From
its separate head lamp and speedometer to its tough leightweight
V-bone frame and 5-speed contant mesh transmission, the AS50 was
built for real sports-cycle fans. Now available in candy colors. Courtesy of Luc Aerts' Suzuki site.