|Condition:||Very good (4)|
Recently treated to a no-expense-spared recommissioning visit to Classic Bike Workshop, this rather nice K75 has just been treated to a load of new parts and improvements. These include a replacement driveshaft now well greased, seals, bearings and oils, new fuel tank sender and seal, steering head bearings, a front fork seals oils and covers and a lot of detail work to improve the look and feel of the bike. Tyres are very recent and hardly used. Now a well sorted 750cc triple in "S" spec with the fairing and a really good example of how good the early K series can be. Only 61k miles and nine owners from new, the history file is stuffed with service receipts from Gus Kuhn Motors in Clapham and Andy Lee Motorcycles of Cambridge. The original Sales Invoice from Gus Kuhn is in the file, dated 4th October 1986, and there is also a DVLA MOT history request along with some old MOTs. It's clear that the recorded mileage is genuine and this machine has been well serviced throughout it's life. Everything works, it starts with the usual smoke after a rest which clears completely after a while running. As you can hear it sounds exactly like they always did; so different from the boxers they were supposed to replace; which is rather attractive now and the result of this bike being completely standard in most respects. The tinted screen and tailored seat cover aren't standard of course but they look good and work well. Now has a new MOT and ready for some miles.