Suzuki GT750J – 1972 Restored Motorcycle
Manufacturer : Suzuki
Year : 1972
Suzuki GT750J – 1972
Colour: Candy Lavender
Engine Size: 750
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Combo
Restored 1972 Suzuki GT750J Motorcycle.
The engine was removed and the water pump was replaced with a new one.
The frame and associated black parts were resprayed.
The alloy engine covers were removed and polished.
The wheels were completely disassembled, the hubs and backing plates were polished and laced with new spokes.
The entire exhaust system was removed, cleaned out and re-chromed.
Both fenders, taillight bracket, front brake stays, handlebars, foot brake lever, shifter lever, passenger grab rail, coolant hose covers, flashers, shock absorbers were either re-chromed, re-plated or replaced.
All of the coolant hoses were replaced with new genuine Suzuki items.
All the body work was professionally repainted to its original Candy Lavender.
The fuel tank was also professionally coated inside.
The bolts and the rubber intake manifolds were replaced.
The fuel tank emblems were replaced with NOS genuine Suzuki ones.
The seat pan was blasted, painted and fitted with a new proper pattern cover.
A stunning restored Suzuki GT750…..One of the best we have seen!
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