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1974 Suzuki Gt750 on 2040-motos

YearYear:1974 MileageMileage:25

Bethany, Oklahoma, United States

Bethany, Oklahoma, United States
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Suzuki GT750 photos

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Suzuki GT750 description

1974 Suzuki Water Buffalo GT750 Triple Three Cylinder 750 cc

This GT750 has been sitting for some time. Has lots of original patina. Probably could use some oil down in the cylinder to get it unstuck, it doesn't turn. Haven't tried to get it running but was told it was running when parked years ago. The exhaust pipes, body work, inside of tank, ect, are in nice shape. 25k original miles. Please see all photos and send us a message if you have questions. 

Buyer is responsible for shipping/freight/pick up. 
Includes notarized bill of sale. Not currently titled. 

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