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Kawasaki : Other 1976 Kawasaki Kz900 Project Bike Restore Or on 2040-motos

$900
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1976 KZ900 Project or parts bike. Its missing a lot of parts and has the wrong wheels on it. The frame looks good, the engine turns over and the tank is solid. this bike was found in a barn in rural South Carolina where it sat for about 20yrs. I believe this is 1 of the last models of the 900 made in japan. Comes with a clear open signed title. Pick up or shipping will be the responsibility of the buyer.

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