Laverda 750GT – 1971 Restored Motorcycle

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Laverda 750GT – 1971

Year: 1971
Manufacturer: Laverda
Model: 750 GT
Colour: Black
Engine Size: 750
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Electric Start

Restored 1971 Laverda 750 GT Motorcycle.

This Laverda was restored by its owner.

Every part was stripped.

The engine was rebuilt with new bearings and piston rings.

New exhaust valves were installed.

Third gear was replaced.

The valve seats were re-cut.

The carburettors were rebuilt with new jets.

New silencers and pipes were fitted.

All of the cables were replaced.

All of the chrome items apart from the handlebars were re-plated.

A new tank cap was fitted.

The wheels were rebuilt with stainless steel spokes.

All of the fixings were replaced with stainless steel items.

The clutch springs were replaced.

A lovely restored Laverda 750GT motorcycle.

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