~ 750 GT ~
Hey Steve, I'll be selling the 750GT with tears in my eyes for a firm 5800.00. 'Could be worse things than having to keep it. If it doesn't sell, I'll be taking it on my annual month long road trip in mid-august. After all, right now, it's almost like a new bike.
Milage was something I never really kept track of on this bike 'cause I thought I would be keeping it forever and give it what ever it needed to keep it going. Besides, there was a period of about eight years where the Smiths speedo was not working and I don't remember what the odometer said when I did replace it. Considering this bike has been to Daytona, Perry Sound, Laguna Seca, Mexico, numerous trips form Wisc. to AZ.(the long way), plus the fact that for a number of years it was my only transportation, I wouldn't doubt it if the total milage was near or at the 100K mark. The current speedo on the bike now reads low by maybe 25%. 'Not a concern to me, cause I'm more interested in a working trip gauge for use as a fuel gauge.
I bought this bike early in 1975
from a place, which is no longer in business, called Sportsmans Exchange
in Milwaukee, Wisc. With not much else to do during Wisconsin winters I
upgraded various features through the years. I started this most recent
rebuild in May of 2000, and completed it about a month ago. This was the
second major rebuild of its life.
All items not new have been either rebuilt or check to within specs.
Thanks Steve. This bike has been with me a long time and I always get off on rambling on about it.
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