The 750S, a high-speed symphony in red, white and blue, which- the gave little away in outright performance terms to larger machinery, thanks, no doubt, to its engine's Grand Prix heritage. Testing a 750S in 1975, Bike magazine found the motor very powerful. 'Surprisingly it also has great reserves of torque and pulls happily from four thousand. It's probably the most powerful 750cc motor made; in a straight drag with a Z1 it lost only a few yards up to 100mph.'
The 750S continued in production after the GT's demise in 1973 and was not replaced (by the 750S America) until 1976. Bike rated the 750S as 'one of the most dramatic-looking bikes made, the real stuff of legend.' Few would disagree. This example in original condition throughout, showing fantastic patina and excellent period details.