1974 Kawasaki H1 Mach Iii 500 on 2040-motos
Kawasaki H1 MACH III 500 description
1974 KAWASAKI H1 500 MACH III!!
THIS BIKE IS A GREAT HARD TO FIND PROJECT FOR SOMEONE. IT LOOKS TO BE ALMOST COMPLETELY THERE AND THE ENGINE TURNS OVER WITH COMPRESSION! THE BIKE WAS STORED SINCE 1986 IN A GARAGE HERE IN NC ON THE COAST. IT WAS RUNNING WHEN PARKED. THE MOTOR TURNS OVER WITH COMPRESSION. THE BIKE ROLLS AND STEERS. IT HAS SOME RUST ON CHROME SURFACES BECAUSE IT WAS NEAR THE COAST. SEE PICS. IT IS SHOWING 17,XXX MILES ON ODOMETER. THE BIKE COMES WITH A NC TITLE, NOT IN MY NAME. BUT PLEASE READ!!! THE TITLE WAS SIGNED INCORRECTLY BY THE LATE SELLER A LONG TIME AGO. IT WAS SIGNED ON THE PURCHASER LINE INSTEAD OF THE SELLER LINE. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF BUYER TO GET IT FIXED. I HAVE NO WAY OF CONTACTING THE PERSON. SEE PICS OF TITLE!!! THESE BIKES ARE HARD TO FIND IN ONE PIECE. THE CARB SLIDES ARE FROZEN FROM SITTING. THE CARBS WERE OFF WHEN I GOT IT AND I PUT THEM BACK ON FOR PICS. THE SEAT PAN IS RUSTED OUT PRETTY GOOD. BUT OVERALL A GREAT SOLID START TO A PROJECT. BIKE IS SOLD AS IS WHERE IS NOT RUNNING. MUST BE PAID FOR WITHIN 3 DAYS OF AUCTION SALE AND PICKED UP IN DUNN NC 28334 WITHIN 30 DAYS OF SALE. NO EXCEPTION. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS?? ASK BEFORE YOU BUY! CALL BILLY AT TIRED IRON CLASSICS AT 252-565-2212. AFTER YOU MAKE AN OFFER OR CLICK BUY IT NOW IS NOT THE TIME FOR QUESTIONS! IF YOU HAVE A (0) FEED BACK CONTACT ME BEFORE YOU BID.
Moto blogWed, 15 May 2013 00:00:00 -0700
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