Suzuki GT750B – 1977 Restored Motorcycle

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Suzuki GT750B – 1977

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

Restored 1977 Suzuki GT750B Motorcycle.

This stunning Suzuki was restored over a 12 month period by its owner.

The fuel tank was professionally painted in the correct blue.

The carburettors were stripped, cleaned and professionally rebuilt.

The original Takasago wheel rims were re-chromed and laced with polished stainless steel spokes.

The clocks were reconditioned with new glass and set to zero.

The grips and footrest rubbers were replaced.

A new points cover was fitted.

The carburettor rubbers were replaced.

The frame was powder coated gloss black.

The original seat base was re-covered and fitted with new trim.

An outstanding restored GT750B Motorcycle.

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