Suzuki GT750B – 1977 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Suzuki      Year:

Suzuki GT750B – 1977

Year: 1977
Manufacturer: Suzuki
Model: GT750B
Colour: Black
Engine Size: 750
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Combo

Restored 1977 Suzuki GT750B Motorcycle.

This GT750 was rescued from a barn and restored by its owner.

The engine was stripped and the crank was rebuilt with new seals.

The alternator and points covers were replaced with NOS items as were the water hoses, SRIS tubes and the brass connectors.

The water pump was replaced.

The engine cases were polished and the correct ‘Liquid Cooled’ decals were applied.

The 11 large head bolts were replaced.

This bike has the rare optional thermostatic fan kit fitted.

The radiator and its silver cover were repainted.

The carburettors were overhauled, all of the the jets were replaced with genuine Mikuni stock jets, including the pilot air reduction jets.

The linkages and brackets were chromed or zinc’d and the bodies and tops were polished.

The airbox was powder coated, the air filter replaced and the chrome covers replaced with NOS ones.

The fuel tap was rebuilt with new seals and polished.

The fuel tank was professionally refinished in black.

The tank and side panel badges were replaced the correct type NOS items.

New decals and stickers were applied where they should be.

NOS headlamp ears were used and the headlamp was repainted.

The rear lamp and carrier were re-chromed as was the radiator crash bar.

The correct brown-faced clocks were restored.

The clock covers were re-chromed and a new light console and Suzuki badge was fitted.

The frame was powder coated.

The steering head bearings and swing arm bushes were replaced.

The wheels were rebuilt with new rims, spokes and bearings.

The chain adjusters, wheel axles and brake arm were chromed.

New mudguards were fitted.

All of the control cables were replaced.

All of the alloy on the motor and forks was highly polished.

The bike was completely rewired with NOS looms front and rear.

The master cylinder and both brake calipers were refinished and a NOS reservoir cap, seals, pistons and pads were fitted.

A lovely restored Suzuki GT750B Motorcycle.

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Kawasaki KZ1000 Z1R – 1978 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Kawasaki      Year:

Kawasaki KZ1000 Z1R – 1978

Year: 1978
Manufacturer: Kawasaki
Model: KZ1000 Z1R
Colour: Blue
Engine Size: 1000
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Combo

Restored 1978 Kawasaki KZ1000 Z1R Motorcycle.

This was a frame up restoration with all NOS parts.

The frame was stripped down and powder coated the correct factory Black.

The engine was professionally rebuilt.

The master cylinders were rebuilt with new seals.

The calipers were stripped and rebuilt.

The 28mm carburettors were rebuilt.

The forks were taken apart and polished before being rebuilt with all new seals and oil.

The bearings were replaced in both wheels.

The chain and sprockets were replaced.

A new battery was fitted.

New swing arm bearings and seals were used.

The factory original windscreen was polished.

The wheels were powder coated.

The seat pan was powder coated and fitted with a new cover and strap.

A great restored Kawasaki KZ1000 Z1R Motorcycle.

Yamaha RD250 – 1978 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Yamaha      Year:

Yamaha RD250 – 1978

Year: 1978
Manufacturer: Yamaha
Model: RD250
Engine Size: 247
Colour: Yellow
Start Type: Kick start
Drive Type: Chain

Restored 1978 Yamaha RD250 Motorcycle.

Purchased as a project by its owner,  this motorcycle was stripped down to the frame.

The frame was powder-coated.

The swinging arm was powder-coated and fitted with new bearings.

The wheels were sandblasted and painted & polished.

New wheel bearings were installed.

The engine was stripped and inspected.

The crankshaft was checked and found to be fine.

The pistons and rings were cleaned and the engine was rebuilt with new seals and gaskets.

The engine was tuned and balanced by an RD specialist.

The front rear brake callipers were reconditioned as was the master cylinder.

A very nice restored Yamaha RD250 Motorcycle.

Suzuki GT750J – 1972 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Suzuki      Year:

Suzuki GT750J – 1972

Year: 1972
Manufacturer: Suzuki
Model: GT750J
Colour: Fusia
Engine Size: 750
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Combo

Restored 1972 Suzuki GT750J Motorcycle.

This Kettle was fully restored by its owner in the USA over a two year period.

The bike was stripped down to its component parts.

The frame was stripped powder coated.

A new correct seat cover was fitted.

New tyres were fitted.

The fuel tank and side panels were painted in the original colour.

New emblems were sourced and fitted.

The carburettors were stripped, cleaned and rebuilt.

The engine was overhauled and fitted with new points and condensers.

A new sealed battery was installed

The crankshaft was rebuilt.

The one year only fuel cap was re-chromed.

Another lovely GT750 restored to a high standard.

Honda CB160 – 1967 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Honda      Year:

Honda CB160 – 1967

Year: 1967
Manufacturer: Honda
Model: CB160
Colour: Red – Silver
Engine Size: 160
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Combo

Restored 1967 Honda CB160 Motorcycle.

This stunning little Honda was fully restored by its owner in the USA.

The bike was taken completely apart.

The steel parts were sand-blasted.

The aluminium parts were vapour-blasted.

Any damage was repaired, cracks were welded and dents were pounded out of the bodywork.

The bike was given a beautiful paint job using Euro Red and Orion Silver.

The engine was rebuilt.

One bad valve was replaced.

New piston rings were installed.

The carburettors were vapour-blasted and thoroughly cleaned.

All of the O-rings and gaskets were replaced.

Many parts were replaced using new old stock or used Honda parts.

All of the nuts and bolts were polished or replaced.

Only original style bolts were used.

The front forks were complete disassembled, cleaned and re-assembled with new fork seals.

A new seat cover with the correct “Honda” name on the back was fitted.

A lovely restored Honda CB160 Motorcycle.