Här färginformation uppsnappat från den internationella diskussionslistan för GT750 :
The numbers I gave are from a "Suzuki Document" which was issued to All
Suzuki Dealers in Australia to assist them in identification of ALL suzuki
motor cycles from 1969 to 1998.
In my humble opinion there is no such things as different numbers for
different countries. They all came from Japan.
Sure batches of bikes were sent to different areas, and later on there
certainly were slight differences in cosmetics.
Some colours were just not sent to some countries. Also some dealers in an
effort to sell did change the colours. I worked for a suzuki dealer (part
time) in 1972, 1973. & yes some specials were re-painted.
Also things like red coloured rear indicator lenses are illegal in
Australia, so all ours came with the Yellow lenses.
Suzuki in some of their parts manuals had the variations documented
Australia was designated E24
They also had optional fittments, these were not a vast array such as say
Harley do now. Things like a flat handlebar setup with shorter cables, a
crash bar system, a beaut little rack, a stone guard for the "J" & "K",
steering damper set. You could even get a tire pump.
The full colour range from the factory according to all my literature was
J candy jackel blue 99000-10205-195 white
candy lavender 99000-10205-216 white
candy yellow ochre 99000-10205-253 white
K candy gold-4 99000-10205-288 white, green
pearl blue 99000-10205-707 white, red
L flake blue 99000-10405-761 silver
flake orange 99000-10405-762 black
M jewel grey metallic 99000-10205-00A silver tape
candy gypsy red-3 99000-10205-00J silver tape
candy gold - 4 99000-10205-288 black tape
Radiator cover was gloss black with all M's
A candy gold-4 99000-10205-288 silver & black tape
flake orange-2 99000-10405-01A silver & black tape
maui blue metallic 99000-10205-797 gold & black
jewel grey metallic 99000-10205-00A silver & black Not Sure about this
candy gypsy red-3 99000-10205-00J gold & black
The "A" stripes are open at the front of the tank - ie not joined
The fuel cap cover was gloss black
B Gloss Black 99000-10205-019 gold & sky blue tape
Maui metallic blue 99000-10205-797 gold & cerillian blue tape
Candy Gyspy red-3 99000-10205-00J gold & orange tape
The "B" stripes are joined at the front of the tank
The side covers were all semi gloss black colour code - 291
The other thing that can be confusing is the year. The years quoted are the
suzuki designated years. In Australia all bikes have to be compliance
plated and the year of plating is usually the date that is stamped.
Compliance plated did not come into force in Australia until 1976.
So if a bike arrived say November/December in the middle of a dock strike
it may not have been complianced til the next year.
This seems to be the case in Australia anyway. If anyone knows any
different please let me know.
I am about 1/3rd of the way to the complete restoration of one of each
model. My life's ambition. My wife thinks I'm sick.
I have completed a "K", the hardest to do due to the large number of parts
unique to this model.
Half way thru a "J", this is being done with mostly new cosmetic parts,
taking me a long time and costing a fortune- the end result will be worth
and 1/3rd of the way thru an "A"
I have 16 GT750's more than one of each model. So if anyone needs any help
with working out which bit belongs to what bike then I may be able to help.
With so many bikes and engines it is easier for me to see the many subtle
Like some crankcases have a tube rising from the case for the breather and
some have the breather tube cast into the oil pump cover. Thus the two must
There are two different sorts of air cleaner covers, visually they are the
same when on the bike but they mount differently as Gunnar found out.
Any way I hope that this helps
From: Marty L [SMTP:doonie69@h...]
Sent: Sunday, 29 December 2002 9:33
Subject: [GT750] GT Numbers
Hope the below info helps
1971 T500R starts at frame number T500-30846
1972 T500J T500-46463
1973 T500K T500-59779
1974 T500L T500-68083
1975 T500M T500-74162
1976 GT500A T500-90729
1977 GT500B T500-104422
Gee those are the same numbers that I have in the USA. Still can't figure
out why some seem to think that other country's have their own set of
Real southerner's don't brag about our winter weather. Nor do they complain
about the other 10 months of hot ass humid miserable weather.
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