|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 T500: ”See the Suzuki 500/Five – The bike that couldn't be built? Suzuki makes it! World's first 500cc Dual-Stroke. Only 5-speed gearbox in its class. The SS1/4 in 13.2, 46 hot horses at a cool 7000 rpm. Top speed range 110–120.Built-in tach och speedometer performance panel. Racing-type brakes and tires. Altitude compensating carb. Metallic-jewelled finish polished off with rich chrome fenders.”
|1969 Suzuki magazine ad from Sweden. Click to enlarge.
The 50cc M12S, the 70cc A95 (here only called the light
motorcycle), the 250cc T20 and the 500cc T500 shows that
Suzuki have bikes for all classes. Six months warranty.
Published in MC-Nytt (Sweden), December 1968.
|1972 Suzuki full line catalog page and Cycle World magazine advert. Click to enlarge.
The catalogue scan was kindly sent to me by Gary Jesswein, USA. Here's
more scans from the same catalog. The magazine ad: source unknown.