Found on eBay: 1972 Suzuki GT750

| 9/23/2009 11:07:00 AM

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Though it's got a few miles on it for being a collector-grade bike, this is one of the nicest Suzuki GT750s we've ever seen for sale.

Now in the hands of its third owner, it's in unrestored condition with 26,300 miles, and the owner states that the only non-original items on the bike are the brand new Dunlop Gold Seal tires. The owner also states that if bought at the Buy it Now price, it includes the original tool kit, shop manual, parts manual and literature collection.

More from the owner: "This bike is a turnkey, one or two button pushes ride-a-way that’s still has excellent compression according to the operator manual. There are no leaks and the crank seals work excellent.  All instruments and lights work with the bike itself needing absolutely nothing! All rubber components to include the tires, foot pegs, handgrips, grommets, are all original, flawless, and display no signs of dry rot or fade. I did replace the grips and footpeg rubber, but even they were soft and pliable at the time. The fuel tank, side covers, rear cowl, front fender, and all stripes/graphics are without a single dint or ding."

For more info on this slick Suzuki, view the auction here. 

9/24/2009 11:51:16 AM

The Suzuki GT750J made a believer of me way back in the mid-70s. It was not entirely comfortable at any other cruising speed than 90. Cross-country runs were quick and smooth. It's hard to imagine what more a rider could desire. I still have a GT750 in the garage and wish I could ride it but it needs some work with carburetion and I haven't had time to address it. A powerhouse and a true classic.