Threesome – 1976 Suzuki GT750 Cafe Racer

In Cafe Racer, Custom, Japan by Abhi2 Comments

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9-24 Update: Threesome is back! Looks like the seller used the last auction to test the market, and is now offering the bike with a BIN of $8,950 or best offer

Post-Listing Update: After 28 bids on eBay, this GT750 cafe got up to $7,500, which did not meet reserve.

Named “Threesome” due to the three cylinder configuration, this gorgeous cafe racer was built by Bexton Moto and is based on a Suzuki GT750.

Suzuki GT750 Cafe Racer - Engine

Bexton took a donor bike with 16k miles and gave it a new water pump and an engine repaint – but it seems the crank seals are starting to fail. The frame has been modified to accept a Rickman seat and tail, and the bike now has modern electronic ignition and voltage regulator/rectifier. The front end is from a Hayabusa, the front fender is from a Ducati Monster. The rear swingarm is a custom unit based on a modern 750 Katana. The rear wheel and rear sets are from a SV650 and the fairing is from a Ducati Supersport. Replace the crank seals and the rear shocks (Chinese knockoffs of Ohlins) and go kick some ass. For progress pictures of the build, check out this link.

Suzuki GT750 Cafe Racer - Cockpit

Find this custom Water Buffalo for sale in Cary, North Carolina with bidding up to $4,550 and the reserve not yet met

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