$10,500

1972 Suzuki GT750 “Water Buffalo”

ADDED: June 06, 2024
Bike Details
Year (Specific) 1972
Location North Carolina
Body Classics
Parts N/A
Mileage N/A
Fuel type Gasoline
Engine N/A
Drive Chain
Weight 560 lbs
Title Status Clear
Registered N/A
VIN:
Seller Note

Classic bike.  Great for 52 years old.  Chrome is great.  Paint (Newport Blue) is very good.  Runs great.  New battery and plugs.  Seat is also original and EXCELLENT (was covered for years) Just pulled out of garage.  sat for 7 years.  runs good, but will likely need new tires to be rider. They do hold air but are original tires.   More photos and video can be supplied.  This is the famous 3 cylinder "Water Buffalo".  Japanese motor art.  Collectors and vintage riders will just love this.  Head bolts show no rust.  original throughout.  amazing and rare.  

Vintage 1972 Suzuki GT750.  Rare and beautiful.  Runs great.  Looks great. super low miles. A rare collectors bike for serious buyers only.  Dual ABS.  Clean title.  3 carbs, 3 cylinder.  

Japanese Motorcycle art.  the famed "Waterbuffalo".  rare bike, fair price.   New battery, new plugs, new fuel line. new fuel petcock.  All new fluids.  runs very good.  Serious buyers only.  If requested,  will supply many more photos and a video.  very nice collector bike.  likely need new tires to be a rider, but original tires are on the bike and hold air.  no rust in or on gas tank.  chrome is excellent condition.  original Newport Blue paint on tank, front, and radiator tank sides.  nice condition on paint.

Seller can help arrange shipment of bike.  shipping costs will apply and will vary depending on state.country shipped to.  Bike is currently in Youngsville NC.  (Raleigh area).

Throughout North America, the Suzuki GT750 is better known as the “Water Buffalo,” a term of endearment. 

Name refers to the motor’s water-cooling system with the large radiator that dominates the bike’s looks.

Suzuki GT750 is  a motorcycling icon because it is so fast and special. Bike weighs 550 pounds and has 67 horsepower can go over 110 miles per hour, offering a sub-14-second standing quarter mile time.

This bike is a Suzuki GT750 and it is a 
Year-One Survivor, 1972.

Each year of production brought various improvements and styling tweaks, but year-one machines stand out because this was the only year when a front drum brake was fitted. This bike has never been modified.  exceptional find.

  • I have the original tool kit with the bike.  Will include with the sale.


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