Additional photos of this 1986 Suzuki RG250 are available here for your perusal.
The Suzuki RG250 Gamma was introduced in 1983 as the first mass-produced motorcycle with a 100% aluminium box section chassis. This, combined with the light weight of <300 pounds, anti-dive forks, and "Full Floater" rear suspension, is why it is considered by some to be the first street-legal race replica. Things got even better in 1986 when Suzuki rolled out two upgrades - Automatic Exhaust Control (AEC), and a gorgeous Walter Wolf livery which paid tribute to the race team.
Currently located at our shop in Marina del Rey, California, this RG250 (VIN: GJ21B115406) is offered with an Oregon title. The seller states that it’s a true Walter Wolf per the VIN – our research has only been able to turn up accurate VIN lists for the Walter Wolf RG500s. We are continuing to search for a list of Walter Wolf RG250s and welcome any input from our knowledgeable community!
There is expected wear for the age, such as scratches in the bodywork and a cracked “OPPOSED PISTON” piece over the rear caliper. The largest cosmetic flaw is a series of scratches on the left side of the front fender.