Suzuki went into sensory overload at the 1970 introduction of the Suzuki GT750, one of the most interesting designs in a splendid period for motor-cyclists. A liquid-cooled version of the race-winning T500 with an extra cylinder, the GT750 was though, emphatically a touring machine with drum brakes and comprehensive equipment. Reliable to a fault, even the weight - heavy by the standards of the day, but normal now - did not deter the buying public. By 1975, the GT750 had acquired a power increase to 73 bhp - then a huge figure - and much-needed twin front disc brakes as well as improved carburation and exhausts, finding a genuine 120mph given the right road. This one-owner, beautiful example has been the property of a deceased enthusiast who maintained the Suzuki to extremely high standards, using it only in the dry. In un-modified and absolutely pristine condition, the 750 comes complete with V5C and all of its original papers and tool-kit, needing only the usual safety checks, offered with MOT and tax to be ready for the road and Club scene.