+ buyer’s premium of 15% plus VAT (18% incl VAT) 73 • Water-cooled two-stroke triple GT750, known as the ‘Kettle’ in the UK • Launched in 1971 as a sports-tourer boasting 67bhp • This correct numbers Model K example is presented in good overall restored condition • In running order and finished in ‘Blue Pearl’ • Imported from the USA in 2016, restored in the UK then registered in 2017 • Restored to a very good standard • Same owner for last five years • Fitted with an after-market period-correct exhaust system • UK-registered on a current V5C Well restored correct numbers Suzuki GT750K ‘Kettle’. Estimate: £8,000 - £10,000 Registration: SCA 970L Frame No: GT750 35721 Engine No: GT750 35813 Specialist: Mark Bryan Telephone No: 07958 107974 Lot 822 1973 Suzuki GT750K 738cc • Based in Greet in Birmingham, James produced a range of small motorcycles using Villiers engines but struggled against the Japanese competition and ceased trading in 1966 • They first adopted the ‘Captain’ name for their 200cc model in 1950 and both the cycle parts and engine would be upgraded periodically as the years passed • This restored example was, up until recently, displayed in a motoring museum in Sussex • Presented in good overall condition but may require recommissioning before road use • Engine turns with compression • Complete with current UK V5C • Nice example of this popular 1950s commuters bike Ex-museum display Villiers-engined James Captain 200. Estimate: £1,000 - £2,000 Registration: 968 UYW Frame No: AK7758 Engine No: 076D 4050 Specialist: Mark Bryan Telephone No: 07958 107974 Lot 823 1958 James Captain 200 197cc More Details Lot 822 Bid On Lot 822 More Details Lot 823 Bid On Lot 823