1975 Kawasaki Other on 2040-motos
Kawasaki Other description
Up for sale is a 1975 Kawasaki H1F vintage 2 stroke triple motorcycle. This bike is museum condition. Paint chrome and aluminum are all original and in excellent condition. The engine was removed and completely rebuilt. Crank has new bearings and seals. Top end was also done with Weisco pistons and rings. Carbs were rebuilt with all Kawasaki parts. The stock air box is there with a K&N filter installed. the jetting was tunes accordingly. Bike has stock exhaust with baffles that are not packed. Bike runs fantastic and a blast to ride. All electrical works as it should. Bike has original tool kit and spark plug pack under seat.
Check out the video link to utube, many questions may be answered by watching this. Any questions feel free to call or text me. Al 815-814-5772.
Bike is sold with no warranty, shipping is up to buyer but I will store in a heated garage for a short amount of time while shipping is set up. A 200$ paypal deposit is due at purchase. Final payment can be made with paypal but buyer assumes all fees associated with transaction. Cash at pick up is also ok.
Kawasaki Other for Sale
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