The GS750 is a brilliant stylish all round machine and it introduced superb handling to the already powerful Japanese superbike offerings of the day. The four cylinder twin cam engine turned out to be unburstable, smooth and powerful.
Introduced in 1976 the GS750 had a smooth powerful in-line 4 cylinder engine with doubleoverhead camshafts, 5 gears, and powerful disc brakes front and rear.
The frame and suspension provided excellent handling throughout the entire GS range and the engines have proved themselves to be powerful and extremely durable. Despite being 750cc they were actually the fastest Japanese motorcycle available in 1976.
Even after the GS1000 was introduced a year after introduction of the 750 it is this smaller bike that most experts favoured as an overall package. They had more than enough power, a rock solid yet nimble frame and powerful brakes. They also had neat and advanced styling and useful standard features such as the gear indicator.
In the care of just two UK owners from new this exceptionally well preserved and standard bike has covered just 7,550 miles. The history file includes the details of its servicing and all the MOT's from the years it was in use. It remains standard and original with the exception of brake lines and a new genuine Suzuki exhaust system. The tools still reside under the seat and the handbook in the file.
It spent the latter and largest portion of it's life tucked up in an insulated and heated garage under blankets and has only recently been reacquainted with the world.
Recommissioning work included full service procedures, the new brake lines and naturally tyres, battery and MOT. The engine is superb and runs like a sewing machine and it rides beautifully without fault.