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1976 Kawasaki Kz 900 Z1 Orig Engine. Nice Cosmetics. on 2040-motos

$3,250
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Here is a very nice Black with very tasteful blue ghost flames 76 Kawasaki KZ900. It features the original motor, very low vin numbers, four into one header. Just a few non original items on the bike. Low miles and in good cosmetic and mechanical condition. Could use a seat cover.

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