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I just picked up a 1980 gp125 which I found at a metal recycle yard it started 3rd kick and runs smoothly but needs a lot of TLC does anybody know where I can get parts/body panels.
Cheers Steven.

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G'day Steven,
Where a bouts are you located?
What's your plan, are you looking for parts to restore or new bits?
Can you post a pic of it?
Experience is something you don't get until just after you need it.

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not quite sure it was I one owner old bloke had from new he got sick so the grand kids got their hands on it and is in a rough state but motor is fine with only 6250 ks on it just chasing side panels seat foam and cover and carby cover for now im in Melbourne will post photo when I figure out how

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I did ask on one of the Vintage Japanese FaceBook sites...but no answers yet?
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Thanks can get some parts from the UK but not the ones I want

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I found suziparts.com.au have any genuine part I neeeded.

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:welcome:

I'll add that site to the Directory...

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