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1974 Kawasaki H2 750 on 2040-motos

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Plano, Texas

Plano, TX

Kawasaki Other description

This motorcycle is in excellent condition for almost 40yrs old .It is in unrestored quot;survivorquot; condition and runs, shifts and handles well.Being almost 40 yrs old and unrestored it has minor wear and tear, chips scratches , dings , metal finish tarnish or color change etc. This bike has only 176 original miles.I purchased this bike years ago from a friend who never rode it.He purchased it in 1997 from the original owner. I have been in contact with the original owner who verified he only put on 2900 mis.He installed the Denco chambers . It comes with the original exhaust complete with baffles and center kick stand.It has the stock air box , sparkplug holder amp; original tires. It also comes with owners manual and service manual. It has never been dropped or crashed. I am the 3rd owner and this bike has been on Long Island since new.This is a rare find with this low milage.

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