This 1979 Suzuki GS750L has been completely redone into a brat style cafe racer/scrambler. It has been taken down to the bare frame, which was cleaned up of all extra brackets, and then shortened with a seat hoop welded on. The “triangle” under the seat area has been completely opened up for that clean look. A custom battery box was fabricated to mount a battery to underneath the bike where the centerstand once lived. A GS1000 aluminum swingarm was swapped in place of the stock steel unit, with some new bearings and custom machine work. The front end has new tapered neck bearings and completely rebuilt forks, which have been correctly internally shortened some. The front and rear brakes have been fully rebuilt, with all new seals, new pads, and custom black stainless brake lines. The seat is a custom made steel pan, which was covered in real leather. The tank is painted with a beautiful tri-coat pearl Mercedes AMG yellow, which flips between gold and yellow depending on light. It is extremely hard to capture the depth of the paint and the amount of pearl with a camera. The engine was refinished in textured black, with a full polished stainless hardware upgrade. The valves were just adjusted, and the carbs have been fully cleaned, rebuilt, and rejetted. It runs great and starts first or second kick cold. There is a Dyna electronic ignition installed, with matching high performance coils and wires. It has a 4-1 exhaust with a stainless muffler, and sounds amazing. The wiring is a new custom minimal harness, and it is setup as kickstart only. The electric starter i still in place, and could be wired up to work again. It has a Hella LED headlight that is extremely bright and helps you see and be seen, along with the LED tail light.