Rob's '74 GT 750 on the road again.

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Rob's '74 GT 750 on the road again.

Post by gt94stang » Tue Aug 06, 2019 6:08 am

Good Morning,

Just thought I would share. Well, after some work, I got back up, running awesome and I have been riding quite often. I have a large stable of vintage bikes but this one is quickly becoming one of my favorites to ride.

Work done myself includes:

Sort out some electrical gremlins
Clean, rebuild, adjust carbs.
Replace manifold insulators.
New Battery.
New Tires, tubes, rim strips.
Lots of other miscellaneous small parts replaced.
Repair and paint side covers (repair actually done by my buddy Caso and paint done by my wizard Merlin)
Replace seat cover and seat trim pieces with new ones from Germany.
Lots of polishing (and lots more to do).

I think that about covers it, probably some more stuff I forgot. Worked on it for a few months with my friend Caso helping me along the way. Amazing bike and I am so glad to be able to care for it from now on.
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Re: Rob's '74 GT 750 on the road again.

Post by 81mhr900ss » Wed Aug 07, 2019 8:30 pm

Great looking bike. Please post more pictures.


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Re: Rob's '74 GT 750 on the road again.

Post by BevHevSteve » Wed Aug 14, 2019 2:32 pm

That's a nice looking GT you have there......
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