Kawasaki Z900 – 1976 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Kawasaki      Year:

Kawasaki Z900 – 1976

Year: 1976
Manufacturer: Kawasaki
Model: Z900
Engine size: 900
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Combo
Gears: Five-speed manual


Restored 1976 Kawasaki Z900 motorcycle.

This motorcycle has had a full and comprehensive restoration.

The engine was stripped.

The inner engine cases were vapour-blasted.

The outer cases polished.

A complete engine rebuild from crank-up using many new parts.

All of the chrome work is new or re-plated.

All of the nuts and bolts were re-zinc plated.

A complete new exhaust system was fitted.

New paintwork on the petrol tank and side panels.

The wheels were re-chromed, rebuilt and re-spoked.

A stunning, iconic Kawasaki Z900 from the 1970’s

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Triumph Trident T150V – 1973 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Triumph      Year:

Triumph Trident T150V – 1973

Year: 1973
Manufacturer: Triumph
Model: Trident
Engine Size: 750
Start Type: Kick start
Drive Type: Chain
Type: T150v
Colour: Black/Gold
Date of 1st Registration: 22/08/1973


Restored 1973 Triumph Trident T150V Motorcycle.

This motorcycle was shipped back to the UK as a basket case and restored using care and original parts.

The petrol tank was resprayed as were the side panels.

The engine was stripped, checked and rebuilt using new shells, piston rings and bearings.

The wheels were rebuilt with stainless spokes and new wheel rims.

New tyres and tubes.

A new seat was fitted.

The carbs were rebuilt and modified using new uprated jets and extended ticklers.

Boyer electronic ignition was sourced and fitted.

A Classic British Motorcycle restored to a very high standard.

Kawasaki H2 750 – 1975 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Kawasaki      Year:

Kawasaki H2 750 – 1975

Year: 1975
Colour: Purple
Make: Kawasaki
Engine Size: 750
Model: H2
Mileage: 15,514
Start Type: Kick Start
Drive Type: Chain


Restored 1975 Kawasaki H2 750 Motorcycle.

This motorcycle has been fully restored, it was professionally painted in deep purple by a restoration auto body shop.

The chrome is near perfect with clean rims, grab rail, bars, front fender and everything that is chrome.

The original wheel rims were re-spoked.

The seat is original and is in excellent shape.

The engine was stripped, honed. New rings and gaskets were installed during the rebuild.

The engine covers were triple polished and reinstalled with new gaskets.

The fork housings were polished with new seals and dust boots were installed.

This Kawasaki has the very rare and original dual front disc brake option.

The carbs were stripped, cleaned and re jetted.

This is a great looking and nicely restored Kawasaki H2 Motorcycle.

Panther M120 – 1959 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Panther      Year:

Panther M120 – 1959

Year: 1959
Manufacturer: Panther
Engine Size: 650
Model: M 120
Start Type: Electric start
Colour: Red / Black
Drive Type: Chain
Date of 1st Registration:
14/04/1959


Restored 1959 Panther M120 Motorcycle.

The Engine was stripped examined and rebuilt with many new parts.

The Gearbox was overhauled, checked and rebuilt.

Many re-chromed parts.

Wheels rebuilt with new spokes and chrome rims.

New brakes front and rear.

A new exhaust was sourced and fitted.

The seat was recovered.

New paint was applied to the tank, side panels and mudguards.

The engine cases were polished.

Rebuilt shock absorbers.

Rebuilt front forks.

All new or refurbished fasteners were used in this restoration.

A great example of this Classic British Motorcycle.

Maico AW400 – 1977 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Maico      Year:

Maico AW400 – 1977

Year: 1977
Make: Maico
Engine Size:400
Model: AW400
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Kick Start


Restored 1977 Maico AW400 Motorcycle

A full and complete nut and bolt restoration

All new old stock parts, including:

Falk fenders and side panels.

Front number plate.

Wheel rims and spokes.

Kick starter and gear shift lever.

Backing plates.

Brake arms, and brake anchors.

The Engine was stripped and rebuilt using new seals, bearings, rod, and piston

New cables and lever assemblies.

New lever covers.

New bing carburettor.

New exhaust pipe and silencer combination.

New airbox and airfilter.

The frame and tank were painted to match original colour, decals were then attached.

A really good restoration of this Maico Motorcycle.