Suzuki GT750J – 1972 Restored Motorcycle
Manufacturer : Suzuki
Year : 1972
Suzuki GT750J – 1972
Engine Size: 750
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Combo
Restored 1972 Suzuki GT750J Motorcycle.
This Suzuki was stripped and everything was rebuilt, re-plated, repainted or simply replaced.
The engine was stripped, rebuilt and show polished.
The crankshaft was rebuilt.
The cylinders re-bored with new pistons.
All of the bearings and seals were replaced.
A polished stainless head bolt kit was used.
The carbs were ultrasonically cleaned and reassembled with new gaskets and needle valve kits.
A new old stock points plate was added.
All new operating cables were used throughout.
The wheels were rebuilt with new bearings and new spokes.
The front forks were rebuilt.
The chrome work was all re-plated or replaced,
All of the original nuts and bolts were retained and re-plated.
The brake hubs and plates were polished.
The seat was recovered.
The exhaust pipes were stripped down and re-plated.
New old stock end caps were fitted.
A stunning restored Suzuki GT750J Motorcycle.
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