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    Lowish value 2 smoke wanted

    Looking for a 2 stroke classic eg LC /KR/Gt etc
    Well my son is all 28 years old has realised that an ISA may not be the best place to stick his cash for the next 3 years, especially as he works in the leisure industry,where they pay peanuts.

    So we are looking for a tidy / nice two stroke to ride enjoy and given some blue smoke appreciate.

    Im on a couple of two stroke forums so looking there.

    He has £4000 to spend so thats the budget!

    Anyone looking to sell ?

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    Bumpster , come on ther must be some oily two strokes fouling your pristine garages!

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    you should get something fairly nice for that.

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    A not too good GT750 will sell for about that money. A good GT380 is about there.

    http://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C779390

    B Model (1977) the least desirable. Same spec as A model.
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/CLASSIC-19...sAAOSwpHFZajVM

    Possibly an A model (1976) the most sorted with all the chrome.
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/suzuki-gt3...EAAOSwlhZZc3rr

    It's hard to know the condition of this one but the K model is often more valuable
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/SUZUKI-GT3...sAAOSwKtVWvbax

    If the wheel rim chrome is good rebuilds are not too costly. Get the hubs powder coated.

    This one is same as mine in colour and the 1970s Allspeed spannies. They add about 10bhp to the top end with no loss in midrange.
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1976-SUZUK...EAAOSwxDNZhLiL

    Mine needs a front wheel rebuild and some work on the pipes.
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    76 Suzuki GT750

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