Field Guide to the GT750 Continuing Research - Help Needed !
As with any project, there are still some loose ends that I could use some help with - these currently include:
I'd really like to nail down what all of the different left side control switches were - ideally what I'd like would be a good quality, fairly high resolution photo of the left switch showing all the markings, plus a photo of the casting mark on the underside of the switch housing.
* Specifically I'm missing a good image of the left switch of a UK/Australian version 1973 K
- Likewise, I'd like to see some additional examples of the left switches of J, K and L machines from France, Germany, Belgium, The Netherlands or Switzerland
- Also one from Sweden for the J
This shows what I have so far (just click on the image for a larger version):
photos of some of the other country specific items also would be appreciated:
- better photos of the German J rear fender
* a photo showing what the difference is between the French/German airbox and the one used on the J and the K's elsewhere
- exactly what is it that is different about the Swedish front fork assemblies for the J from the ones used everywhere else ?
- what is different about the tail light assemblies used on the German/Swedish/French M, A and B ?
- why is there no 'L' listing for many of the countries that have very specific country specific requirements ? Germany or Sweden for example.
- I am still missing some photos of original paint colours: 1972, 1973 and 1975 JDM models, and a 1975 and 1976 European model. I prefer original paint if at all possible, but realise that may be unrealistic for some candy colours due to the bleaching that happens
- I'd like some additional photos of the Patroller models - if you own one, I'd like to hear from you !
- I have yet to see photos of the tire repair kit offered as an option, or indeed good photos of the other factory options I am missing
- do you know of additional films, television shows or music the GT750's have appeared in, and have the documentation to confirm it, or perhaps a still photo ?
- scans of additional Suzuki sales material is always appreciated.
The search continues !