1984 Kawasaki Turbo Zx750e on 2040-motos
Kawasaki Turbo ZX750E description
This is the best of the short lived turbo motorcycle era.
I have owned this motorcycle for many years; it was my regular driver.
I am or will be selling other motorcycles from my collection.
This turbo is all original and unrestored. It is not showroom perfect (it's 32 years old) but is really, really nice as the photos show,
and everything works as it should. It starts almost instantly.
It runs great and is exhilirating when the turbo comes on the boost; be ready to shift!
It has a new glass-mat battery, and the tires are very good. Has had a recent oil/filter change (Amzoil).
The photos were taken in bright sun light and the tank's red color appears faded, but it is not faded.
This is a very rare motorcycle with collector value increasing rapidly.
Serious bidders please.
Sold as-is, no warranty given or implied.
Pick-up or transport is the buyer's responsibility.
$500 deposit (nonrefundable) is required at the close of the auction (Pay Pal).
The balance to be paid with certified cashier's check or cash only.
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