Kawasaki Z1 – 1974 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Kawasaki      Year:

Kawasaki Z1 – 1974

Year: 1974
Manufacturer: Kawasaki
Model: Z1
Colour: Brown
Engine Size: 900
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Combo

Restored 1974 Kawasaki Z1 900 Motorcycle.

This lovely Kawasaki was fully restored by its owner in the USA.

The engine was stripped and rebuilt with new seals and gaskets.

The paintwork was professionally re-finished.

The inside of the fuel tank was coated.

The wheels were rebuilt with new rims and spokes.

New exhausts were fitted.

A new seat was sourced.

The turn signals were replaced.

A new master cylinder was added.

The grips and mirrors were replaced.

New shocks absorbers were used.

The front and rear fenders were replaced.

The front forks were rebuilt with new seals and dust covers.

A very nice restored Kawasaki Z1900 Motorcycle.

Honda CB900F – 1981 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Honda      Year:

Honda CB900F – 1981

Year: 1981
Manufacturer: Honda
Model: CB900F
Colour: White
Engine Size: 900
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Electric

Restored 1981 Honda CB900F Motorcycle.

This CB900F was fully restored by its owner.

The bike was completely stripped and rebuilt.

The frame and all black parts were stripped checked and re-painted or powder coated

The engine was stripped and re-bored.

New pistons and rings were fitted.

The engine was re-painted.

The wheels were stripped and painted.

The wiring loom was checked and cleaned.

The forks were stripped, rebuilt and painted.

All of the alloy parts were cleaned and polished.

The bodywork was stripped and professionally re-painted.

Every nut and bolt was checked and replaced if required.

A really great restored Honda CB900F Motorcycle.

BSA Spitfire – 1968 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: BSA      Year:

BSA Spitfire – 1968

Year: 1968
Manufacturer: BSA
Model: Spitfire
Colour: Red/White
Engine Size: 650
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Kick Start

Restored 1968 BSA Spitfire Motorcycle.

This great BSA was restored by its owner in the USA,

The engine was stripped to the last bolt and rebuilt using OEM parts wherever possible.

The crankshaft sludge trap removed and replaced.

The main bearings were replaced.

The cylinder was overbored and fitted with new pistons and rings.

The cylinder head was rebuilt with new stainless steel valves and new guides were fitted.

All of the transmission bearings were replaced.

A new clutch was installed.

The carburettors were rebuilt.

The gauges were restored.

The wheels were disassembled to bare hubs, new bearings and seals were installed and the original rims were laced with new stainless steel spokes.

The front suspension was rebuilt using new bushings.

The seat pan was restored and the seat was rebuilt using an authentic cover.

All of the chassis parts were powder coated.

Boyer ignition was fitted for easy starting and reliability.

A very nice restored British BSA.