Kawasaki Z1 – 1974 Restored Motorcycle
Kawasaki Z1 – 1974
Engine Size: 903
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Combo
Restored 1974 Kawasaki Z1 Motorcycle.
The engine was completely taken apart and the piston rings, gaskets and valve guide seals were replaced.
The frame was sandblasted and powder coated.
The bodywork was professionally re-painted 1974 green and yellow.
New reproduction tank badges and side cover emblems were fitted.
The original front and rear fenders were re-chromed.
New reproduction turn signals and stems were used.
The original kick starter, brake rod and cable guides were re-chromed.
The original grab rail and handlebars were re-chromed.
New throttle, clutch, tacho and speedo cables were fitted.
Tapered steering bearings were fitted to the frame.
New wheels were laced with stainless steel spokes.
The original Mikuni 28 mm carburettors were immersion cleaned and rebuilt with repair kits.
New old stock hand grips were sourced direct from Japan.
A new reproduction 4-into-4 exhaust system was installed.
A lovely restored Kawasaki Z1 Motorcycle.
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