1972 Kawasaki H2 750 on 2040-motos
Kawasaki H2 750 description
This 1972 Kawasaki H2 is an original barn find with lots of patina and potential. Since we've had this bike it has been sitting for a while and we have never tried getting it running. It turns over and has good compression and with a little TLC will make a good running machine. It is missing the airbox and the one side cover, otherwise appears all complete and original. Only 8882 miles! We have not cleaned the bike up at all before the photos, as we wanted to sell it in the original condition we found it in, but this bike will clean up very nicely. The exhaust still has the baffles and is not dented up. There is a dent on the left side of the gas tank and damage to the front fender. This and any other damage will be visible in the photos. Motor is original to the bike. Please see all photos and ask any questions you have before bidding or buying.
Buyer is responsible for shipping, and titling the bike. Includes notarized certified bill of sale only. We can gladly assist with shipping or quotes for shipping if needed, and we can get a title for an additional fee if needed.
Kawasaki H2 750 for Sale
- 1972 kawasaki h2 750(US $12,495.00)
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