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  • 1973 Kawasaki Z11973 Kawasaki Z1 (1973)
    We buy vintage motorcycles, parts and collections! Mach IV Motors Please note: payment is due within three (3) days of auction end Up for sale: 1973 KAWASAKI Z1 (***SEE BELOW FOR TERMS OF SALE) I TOOK THIS BIKE IN ON CONSINGMENT,THE OWNER DID A RESTORATION ON IT  NOT A PROFESSIONAL RESTORATION BUT LOOKS VERY GOOD. THE PAINT WORK IS NICE, THE BIKE HAS VERY NICE STOCK 1974 Z1 PIPES VERY NICE.
    2016-11-25 04:39:30
    Appleton, Wisconsin, United States
    25
    14,999.99
  • 1974 Kawasaki Z11974 Kawasaki Z1 (1974)
    1974 Kawasaki Z1 900cc in excellent shape. Only 13,xxx miles. I am the original owner.
    2016-10-24 04:35:58
    Hershey, Pennsylvania, United States
    13
  • 1978 Kawasaki Z11978 Kawasaki Z1 (1978)
    This particular blue Turbo, is in amazing condition. It has been stored indoors at a climate controlled warehouse as part of a collection of other turbo bikes of the era, including another Z1R-TC (also for sale). The paint is in excellent condition and there is no rust.
    2016-10-15 04:35:18
    Miami, Florida, United States
    8
  • 1975 Kawasaki Z11975 Kawasaki Z1 (1975)
    Bike is located in Pelham NH!  Great project bike....Bought this over a year ago with the intent of restoring. I bought from a gentleman who was in the process of restoring.
    2016-10-13 04:36:13
    Davenport, Iowa, United States
    0
  • 1974 Kawasaki Z11974 Kawasaki Z1 (1974)
    The condition of this bike is excellent for being 42 years old. These are one of the top Vintage Collector Bikes. Tuned by Keith Perry, Manager of Team Hammer(MotoAmerica).
    2016-07-01 04:45:59
    Athens, Alabama, United States
    17
  • 1973 Kawasaki Z11973 Kawasaki Z1 (1973)
    1973 Kawasaki Z1   has been sitting in my garage for years doesn't seem like I will ever get to it so time to sell it   never tried to get it running needs restoration  engine turns over with kickstarter    I will not crate or ship $500 payapl deposit within 48 hours buyer picks up and pays remainder in cash clear title in previous owners name more photos @ http://s12.photobucket.com/user/bob_z1/library/Kawasakis/73%20Z1%2008613?sort=3&page=1 SOLD AS-IS no shipping Must be paid for within 10 days must be picked up within 30 days Please don't bid if you don't intend to pay.... If you have negative feedback I reserve the right to cancel your bid thanks! search Z1900 Z1-900 Z1 900 KZ LTD KZ900 KZ-900 Drag Racing KZ1000 KZ-1000 Drag Bike
    2016-06-14 14:52:11
    Seven Valleys, Pennsylvania, United States
    32
  • 1974 Kawasaki Z11974 Kawasaki Z1 (1974)
    1974 Kawasaki Z1 900 This bike has been sitting outside for 34 years. could be used for parts or possible restoration, seems to be 90% complete,engine appears to be seized, handle bars and fork tubes may NOT be original. take a good look at all photos for best description.if you have questions or need other photos please contact me.clean Utah title in hand    **Shipping local pickup is prefer,but I will assist with shipping (NOTE BUYER responsible for shipping arrangements and all shipping costs)  ** Motorcycle being SOLD AS IS. NO WARRANTY or RETURNS  On Jun-13-16 at 18:27:01 PDT, seller added the following information: Frame serial number Z1F 36820 Engine serial number Z1E 036868
    2016-06-14 14:52:07
    Pleasant Grove, Utah, United States
    19
  • 1973 Kawasaki Z11973 Kawasaki Z1 (1973)
    I am relisting this bike after finding out that I had some misinformation on the fact that this bike was an original unrestored bike. I was contacted through the auction by someone who knew this bike and the fact that it was restored.   He graciously gave me what information he had which is detailed below.  As an avid Indian Motorcycle collector with some 40 bikes this Kawasaki was out of my realm of knowledge, I am sorry for the first incorrect listing and now here is what I now know.  It is 1973 Kawasaki Z1,  Frame # Z1F 00265, Engine number Z1E 00304 The bike was restored in 2001 to 2002 by Greg Walker who did an outstanding renovation.  The original bike was built in September of 1972 with now only 787 miles on it since its restoration.  I don't know much about the bike so ask questions and I'll answer them the best I can.  I am hoping to hear from the restorer to get more information and I will add it when and if I do. The bike is in great condition but unfortunately the front hand brake lever tip was broken off in transport as well as some damage to the outer end of the grip. The last owner loved his low numbed bikes and this one certainly qualifies. Over the years it has it's small amount of light scratches but nothing glaring and is in excellent condition. There is no battery in it but I have one and we are going to get it started in the next day or so.  This bike was on display for a while in the Motorcycle Museum in Newburgh NY and although incorrectly shown as we now know as an original the prior owner did have it judged and it was judged by the AMCA and reached Winners Circle.
    2016-06-14 14:52:00
    Amityville, New York, United States
    787

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Kawasaki Unveils 50th Anniversary Street and Neo-Classic Z900 and Z650 editions

Mon, 17 Jan 2022

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Z-Series, the Greens have prepared colorways for two families of motorcycles that replicate the look and feel of the legendary Kawasaki Z1 from 1972. At the same time, the color and graphic schemes of the neo-retro motorcycles - Z900RS and Z650RS - will be as close as possible to those of the historical Z1 model, and the Z900 and Z650 street will receive a creatively redesigned coloring, referring, nevertheless, to the roots of the Z-series.

The Real "screamer": Kawasaki Ninja ZX-25R

Wed, 05 Aug 2020

It seemed that the glorious times of the tiny "fours" - 250cc sportbikes with boosted engines to almost 50 hp are long gone. But the Indonesian branch of the Kawasaki enterprise resurrected this breed! The Kawasaki Ninja ZX-25R sportbike with a 51hp at 15,500 rpm four-cylinder engine is entering the local market, as well as the markets of some other countries of the Far East, including Japan.

Combat mask: Kawasaki has upgraded the Ninja 650

Mon, 02 Sep 2019

Now the Ninja 650 is stylistically similar to the Ninja 400, the ZX-6R, and the 'one-liter' Versys. The optics are LED, the visor is narrower and higher. The second upgrade is a new 4.3-inch TFT instrument panel that can connect to a smartphone via the Rideology app.

Aging Liter: Kawasaki has updated the Versys 1000 crossover

Thu, 29 Nov 2018

In addition to the upgraded basic version, the SE version with semi-active suspension is presented. For the 2019 model year, the asphalt tourer, built around a 1,043cc (120 hp and 102 Nm) inline-four, received an electronic throttle, cruise control, KTRC traction control, and Sport, Road, Rain and Rider power modes to choose from. Moreover, the introduction of the IMU inertial sensor, according to Japanese designers, made the electronics work more delicately than before.

Japanese jokes: Kawasaki introduced the "new" sports bike Ninja ZX-6R

Thu, 11 Oct 2018

The quotation marks are not accidental - the old ZX-6R is hidden under another dress. However, there are still some innovations. The first thing the 2019 sportbike differs from its predecessor, which debuted in 2013, has completely different lining and LED optics in the spirit of the younger Ninja 400.

Kawasaki Ninja H2R overtook the F-16 fighter jet

Tue, 25 Sep 2018

The fight, worthy of being called the drag duel of the year, took place on the territory of the new airfield in Istanbul as part of the Teknofest aviation and space technology festival. The extreme compressor monster, which does not have access to public roads, has shown that the F-16 fighter jet and the Bombardier Challenger 600 business class aircraft on the earth's surface are not competitors to it. Slightly behind the two-wheeled rocket and the championship car Red Bull RB8 2012.

The Japanese fantasized about the new Kawasaki Ninja 250

Sun, 25 Dec 2016

The small sportbike was last updated in 2013, but the next update is just around the corner. The Japanese magazine Young Machine has published a hypothetical (or, who knows, very likely) image of the new generation Kawasaki Ninja 250, which will appear at the end of next year or in 2018. The render is intriguing: according to it, the younger “ninja” can get a “birdcage” frame and a “changeling” fork.

Kawasaki Vulcan SS

Mon, 28 Dec 2015

Jesse Bassett from the GasBox workshop became a contender for the title of Kawasaki designer. As part of the Breaking Boundaries Build-Off program, the evergreen brand offered him and five other designers to try their hand at tuning the Vulcan S. Without hesitation, Bassett cut the rear fender, installed a new seat, a long shock absorber and wheels.

Kawasaki Electronic Service Book

Tue, 03 Mar 2015

Starting from April this year, every new Kawasaki motorcycle will be equipped with a branded USB flash drive, which will store the entire service history of the motorcycle and other data about it. The so-called History Key will go in addition to the regular service book, as well as the element confirming membership in the free community of Kawasaki Riders Club.

2015 Kawasaki Vulcan S Announced

Wed, 15 Oct 2014

Kawasaki revealed a new cruiser model equipped with the 649cc parallel-Twin engine from the Ninja 650. The result is an entry-level cruiser with sportbike-derived power retailing for $6999 ($7399 with ABS). The fuel-injected engine is tuned for smooth power delivery, with revised camshaft profiles, intake funnel length, throttle body spacer and air intake for better low- and mid-range power delivery.