Tractionlife published this rather nice Stinger. Apart from the Metallic Black Paint – which in my opinion should be a factory option on most bikes – it’s all original.
Tractionlife – “Suzuki introduced its twin-cylinder high-pipe T125 Stinger to North America in 1969, and it was an answer to a question nobody had asked. With 15 horsepower at 8,500 rpm available from the horizontally canted engine, the machine could be kept boiling with its five-speed constant mesh gearbox. Clearly aimed at a young boy-racer market, the U.S.-style motocross bar is incongruous with the rest of the bike. What clearly captures the imagination is the distinctive dual exhaust; something Suzuki called a ‘power-pipe’. Paint, too, helped set the Stinger apart, and over its three-year run featured Candy Yellow, Pop Green and Roman Red.
Front and rear 18” spoke wheels were shod in skinny 2.50” and 2.75” tires respectively. Single leading shoe brakes slow the Stinger’s flight, and were pilfered from one of the company’s off-road parts bins”
CRD Blogged a few photo’s of #29. Nice little ride.