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1986 Kawasaki Ninja Gpz 600r on 2040-motos

$1,600
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Kawasaki Ninja description

I am selling my cool vintage '86 Ninja GPZ 600R. It has 13k on the odometer which is very low for being almost 30 yrs old. I just rebuilt the carbs and the bike runs. The upgrades include a jetting kit, steering stabilizer, rear fender eliminator, tinted windscreen, and Yoshimura exhaust. The bike is garaged and virtually free of rust. It has the the original paint which is far from perfect but is very cool. 1986 was the only year with this particular paint scheme and graphics. The seat is perfect with no tears. The tires have good tread left. Not too many of these bikes pop up for sale especially in running condition, so get it while you can! I have a clear title. Price is $1600 firm. Call or text Brandon at.

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