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A four-valve engine came out in 2008 with more top end but less mid-range, and some Guzzi folk will tell you the two-valve was actually the better motor. Happy to arrange independent inspections, more photos and transport for interstate buyers if required.
SELLER SAYS: You cannot buy a new Suzuki GT750, but you can buy the next best thing with this totally professionally restored 1975 GT750. Contact Sam on One of the most beautiful sports bikes ever made, I reckon, and one of the few likely to gain value in the years ahead.
The Virago did it better than most and has been a hugely popular model ever since.
I found an interesting article on the evolution of the XV. SAYS: This looks like a marvellous example of Ducati’s wonderful Pantah.
A perfect frame from a 1976 GT750 was sandblasted and powder-coated. I’d pamper this one and plan to keep it for a very long time.
The motor from a 1975 GT750 was handed over to Motorcycle Engineering Bunbury and The Bike Doctor North Perth to be totally professionally reconditioned, including new bearings, conrods, 1.5mm oversize pistons, seals, gaskets, new water and oil pumps and carefully assembled. All instruments remanufactured and calibrated to as new. Fuel tank stripped to bare metal and professionally painted by Thomson’s Panel Works Bunbury. Contact George on SAYS: Marvellous old Suzuki from a time when two strokes roamed the earth. The F4 was the bike that launched the reincarnation of the MV Agusta brand, and was designed by the same guy (Massimo Tamburini) who designed Ducati’s gorgeous 916.
With a readership of thousands of Australian motorcycle enthusiasts, we can sell your special bike.Learn more of the Norton Commando story — and especially the motorcycle war between England and Japan — in a story we ran last year, here. It’s fitted with a booster plug and a Staintune exhaust which gives it a mean note.It comes with heaps of torque, always garaged and serviced with 55,000kms on the clock.) and handling, hated for its cramped posture and out-of-this-world price tag. One contemporary road test suggested you should not ride one if you couldn’t afford one because you’d spend the rest of your life dissatisfied with every other bike you owned. MV Agusta has a fascinating history including a period in time when the company was the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world’s race tracks.SELLER SAYS: Beautiful MV in rare and desirable R specification. “As its name accurately implies, the 2006 MV Agusta Brutale 910R is a take-no-prisoners motorcycle built for the small percentage of riders with enough skill and attitude to bring out the best in its fierce performance.