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Unrestored, Well Preserved Kawasaki F7-175 on 2040-motos

US $610.00
YearYear:1973 MileageMileage:3926 ColorColor: Orange
Location:

Longmont, Colorado, US

Longmont, Colorado, US
Unrestored, well preserved KAWASAKI F7-175, US $610.00, image 1

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Unrestored, well preserved KAWASAKI F7-175, US $610.00, image 2 Unrestored, well preserved KAWASAKI F7-175, US $610.00, image 3 Unrestored, well preserved KAWASAKI F7-175, US $610.00, image 4 Unrestored, well preserved KAWASAKI F7-175, US $610.00, image 5 Unrestored, well preserved KAWASAKI F7-175, US $610.00, image 6 Unrestored, well preserved KAWASAKI F7-175, US $610.00, image 7

Kawasaki Other tech info

TypeType:Dual-Purpose Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):175 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller VINVIN:F758127

Kawasaki Other description

RELIVE YOUR YOUTH, OR ENJOY THE EARLY ENDURO MOTORCYCLE YEARS ON THIS WELL PRESERVED 40 YEAR OLD KAWASAKI F7-175 WITH CLEAR COLORADO TITLE!!!!!!!!!!

 YOU KNOW THE HISTORY OF THE KAWASAKI F7-175 AND HOW IT OUT POWERED MOST OF THE COMPETITION IN IT'S TIME WITH TECHNOLOGY AND HORSE POWER NOT YET AVAILABLE FROM OTHER MANUFACTURERS.  THIS MOTORCYCLE IS AN EXCELLENT EXAMPLE OF THIS ERA AND SET A NEW STANDARD FOR ENDURO MOTORCYCLES.  THIS MOTORCYCLE IS MECHANICALLY SOUND, NO DENTS IN THE TIN, NO MAJOR RUST, CHROME WHEELS ARE IN EXCELLENT SHAPE AS IS ALL THE OTHER CHROME COMPENANTS AND ALL ELECTRICAL COMPENANTS WORK AS THEY SHOULD  (THE HORN IS A BIT WEAK).  NICE PATINA ON THE ALUMINUM CASES.  STILL SHOD WITH THE ORIGINAL DUNLOP TRIALS UNIVERSAL TIRES, RARE LUGGAGE RACK STILL MOUNTED, ORINGAL CHAIN, SPROKET AND BRAKES.  STILL HAS THE ORIGINAL WEED CUTTER CHAINS ON THE BRAKE PEDAL AND SHIFT LEVER.  FUEL TANK HAS NO DENTS AND NO RUST INSIDE WITH ORIGINAL PETCOCK.  AIR BOX IS COMPLETE AND ORIGINAL.   ORIGINAL STOCK EXHAUST IN EXCELLENT SHAPE WITH SPARK ARRESTER.  SPECIALIZED ADJUSTABLE HATTA FORKS ARE IN GREAT SHAPE, BOOTS SHOW SOME DRY CRACKING.  STILL HAS ORIGINAL REFLECTORS, BUT MISSING TURN SIGNALS WHICH WERE SUPPOSED TO BE STANDARD FOR THIS 1973 MODEL.

ALL CABLES HAVE BEEN EITHER REBUILT, OR REPLACED WITH NOS, AND THROTTLE WORKS SMOOTHLY WITH ORIGINAL KAWASAKI GRIPS STILL IN PLACE. ODOMETER AND TACH WORK.  CARBURETOR HAS BEEN CLEANED AND REBUILT, CLUTCH PLATES CLEANED AND ADJUSTED, FORKS CLEANED AND REOILED, NEW BATTERY INSTALLED.  FRONT BRAKE PERCH WAS REPLACED WITH NOS, BUT IS NOT ANNODIZED BLACK AS ORIGINAL.  ENGINE RUNS STRONG, OIL SYSTEM WORKS AS IT SHOULD AND THE TRANMISSION SHIFTS SMOOTHLY.  SEAT HAS BEEN RECOVERED WITH ORIGINAL STYLE SEAT COVER.

THANKS FOR LOOKING!!

 

 

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