1978 Kawasaki Other on 2040-motos
Kawasaki Other description
1978 Kawasaki KZ200 In great running condition, ready to be a daily commuter.
Would also make the perfect starting point for a winter cafe project. The bike has been tuned up and safety checked at Berkshire Cycles. Tires have lots of tread but should probably be changed.
If you're just getting into motorcycles and want a smaller bike that you can rely on, this is perfect. The single cylinder 200cc engine has enough pep for you to ride around the valley and through the hilltowns. Just kick start it (or use the electric start) and you're off. If you're looking for a vintage Japanese bike, this is it -- all the work to get it road worthy has been done.
Local delivery is available. You can hear it running here:
Note: This comes only with a bill of sale -- NO TITLE. If you want to register it, you'll need to go through the Vermont route, which plenty of people do. Google it for more info.
The odometer was replaced at some point and the actual mileage is around 20K. It's a great bike and got used because it's reliable.
Front Brake Cable
Headlight assembly and H4 bulb
Spark Plug and Cap Fuel lines and filters
Carb cleaning with new float
Kawasaki Other for Sale
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