1976 Suzuki GT750 GT 750 Water Buffalo Kettle Waterbuffalo two stroke Export

1976 Suzuki Other

Price: US $127.50
Item location: Columbus, Ohio, United States
Make: Suzuki
Model: Other
Type: Standard
Year: 1976
Mileage: 12,500
VIN: GT750-63820
Color: Blue
Engine size: 739
Vehicle Title: Clear
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1976 Suzuki GT750 Water Buffalo Kettle two stroke Classic Export available
Frame number: GT750-63820Engine number: GT750-70119
Suzuki's 750cc water-cooled triple was launched in 1971 as their answer to the super bikes of the day, ikes like Honda CB750 and Triumph Bonneville. The GT750 was more a sports tourer (the GT standing for Grand Tourismo) and was, asically, T500 with an extra cylinder and liquid cooling crafted on.
The GT750 was the first Japanese serial manufactured motorcycle with a liquid-cooled engine. It was a unique engine construction in its day and today considered one of the classic Suzukis, oved by its owners. Known as the Le Mans in America, t received soon a nickname ”Water Buffalo”, nd other nicknames in other countries. It was generally known as ”Kettle” in Britain and ”Waterbottle” in Australia.
Although smooth, uiet and comfortable, he GT750 was big and heavy. This huge, ide engined bike, hich weighed in at 550 lbs, as about 30 lbs heavier than a Kawasaki Z1. The 739cc engine was an inline water-cooled triple with 70 x 64mm bore and stroke. The cylinder block was alloy with cast iron liners.
It had a five-speed gearbox and three into four exhaust. An unusual item in its day was the handlebar mounted choke lever.
The GT750 has apparently been sold in many countries all over the world looking virtually the same. However, he exhaust noise and pollution regulations are the reason why there are some differences in the engine performance. Also, here are more differences between countries. For instance, ome model years don’t have the grab rail behind the seat in some countries, hen other countries may have it. And so on.
This GT750 runs and drives great with only 12,500 miles on the bike. Engine has always been maintained and has no major stains on it. Being that it is an original survivor, he paint is in fairly good condition minus a small dent in the front lower right side of the tank and a scrape on the top of the radiator from a previous Vetter fairing install. Insides of tank are clean as well. Light scrape on the bottom side of the right side pipe. The previous owner was the orignal person who purchased it new. This bike has been gone through from front to back and is ready to ride! Please ask any and all questions prior to placing your bid. For shipping we always recommend checking out UShip.com to arrange something for the best price and least confusion available. We do offer export services if going to another country. Containers possible. If you are located in Ohio, rizona, lorida, ndiana, assachusetts, ichigan or South Carolina, e will have to collect tax for your perspective state. Other fees associated with this sale are a $250 Documentation, 15 title, nd $18.50 title fee. For quickest answers to your questions, lease do not hesitate to give me(Justin) a call/text at 614-266-9494

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