1976 Kawasaki KZ 900 (1976)
Here is a very nice original bike,all stock except the Kerker chrome 4 into 1 pipe. This bike has alway been licensed and ridden every year to keep it exercised and in good shape. It has 11794 actual miles on it.2016-11-26 04:37:39Marshall, Missouri, United States1128000
1977 Kawasaki KZ 900 (1977)
This is a completely restored 1977 KZ900. This was the last year for the KZ900, and they were only produced for a few months in 1977. This bike is fully restored and ready to ride. Although its not all stock, it has a certain appeal, done up the way i would have done in 1977. It has a complete engine rebuild, carbs are re-done, new wiring harness, new sprockets and chain, Dyna S electronic ignition (eliminates the old points ignition), Kerker Exhaust, Custom gold handlebars, new guages, new ignition, new fairing, new stainless steel chain guard...many many new parts. This may not be all stock original, but if you just want a solid, reliable KZ900 to ride, this is the bike.2016-10-16 04:35:21Prince George, British Columbia, Canada128000
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