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1973 Suzuki 750 Gt Lemans on 2040-motos

US $520.00
YearYear:1973 MileageMileage:123515

Key West, Florida, US

Key West, Florida, US
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Complete bike. Motor has excellent compression.  All there.  Needs wiring work.  I let a friend put a battery in a while back and he crossed the leads and burned a couple of wires.  I have owned this bike over 15 years.  Was a nice rider.  Has done Deal's Gap a few times.  Typical of bikes from the seventies goes like crazy in a straight line. Fun to ride.  Turning or stopping was not a big thing then.  Have an original side covers with excellent emblems intact (just not on) as well as original Suzuki 750 GT shop manual.   I live in the deep, deep south.  Chrome is pitted terribly.  Was beautiful when it got here.  Now, not so much.  Complete bike.  Title in hand

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