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Suzuki GS550E magazine ads

I have put some Suzuki GS550E magazine adverts on this page. I would be grateful of any contributions — sales brochures, magazine ads, magazine articles, pictures, specs, facts, corrections etc. Please scan the material in JPEG format (large enough that all the details are visible) and send them to me. Please tell me the source and the publication date if possible. If you send me pictures of your own bike, please follow these instructions.

Suzuki 1978More Suzuki models from 1978
1978 Suzuki year code: C
GS-550 and GS-550E
1978 GS550 and GS550E magazine ad from USA (Cycle 3/1978). Click to enlarge. This scan was sent to me by Michael, the webmaster of Michaels' GS Classic.

GS-series 1978

1978 GS-series magazine ad from Germany (originally two pages). Click to enlarge. From left to right: GS1000E, GS750E, GS400, GS550E. The ad was sent to me by Michael from Michael's GS Classic.

Suzuki 1979More Suzuki models from 1979
1979 Suzuki year code: N
'70 GS550E magazine advert
1979 GS550E magazine ad from USA (Cycle Guide 7/1979). Click to enlarge. ”Canyon Cat.” This scan was sent to me by Michael, the webmaster of Michaels' GS-Classic.

'79 GS550E ad Playboy USA
1979 GS550E magazine ad from USA. Click to enlarge. . "Canyon Cat". Found and scanned to me by Jeff Wilson. The ad was published in Playboy magazine, April '79.

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