1976 Suzuki GT 750A, Dunstall replica, 750 cc. Registration number MNA 93P. Frame number GT750 66334. Engine number GT750 72913. The GT750 was introduced in 1972 with the J with a double-sided, twin-leading shoe, 200 mm drum front brake with 180 mm drum rear. The 1973-1975 models, K,L, M had improved brakes, retuned engine, higher gearing. The 1976 GT750A model pretty much stayed the course with only minor changes to trim items and the obligatory paint colour change. The final 1977 model GT750B had a few changes including black side panels. As with all big two strokes of the late 1970's, the GT750 was a victim of stricter emission regulations and competition from technical developments of four-stroke motorcycles. Paul Dunstall, was a specialist tuner of 1960's and early 1970's originally with Nortons. In 1966 Dunstall Motorcycles became a motorcycle manufacturer in its own right, so that Dunstalls could compete in production races and set a number of world records before sales of the Dunstall Nortons declined in the 1970's consistent with the demise of the British motor cycle industry and corresponding rise in Japanese imports. He worked on both Yamaha's and Suzuki's in this period and the bodywork could be ordered to be retro fitted or when you bought your machine new. Subject to a total restoration in 2011/12 by the previous owner, and painted in Barry Sheene colours, it featured in owners club calendar and magazine. Polished engine, All Speed expansion chambers, Purchased from Keystone of Hampshire in October 2018 it has only covered 127 miles the rebuild. Offered for sale as our vendor is moving to a smaller property without the storage for his collection. Sold with the V5C, current MOT, Spicers can highly recommend this machine.