Kawasaki Z1 – 1973 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer : Kawasaki      Year :

Kawasaki Z1 – 1973

Year: 1973
Make: Kawasaki
Model: Z1
Engine Size: 900
Start Type: Combo
Drive Type: Chain

Restored 1973 Kawasaki Z1 Motorcycle.

This bike was painstakingly restored over a two year period by an expert in this particular model .

The engine was completely rebuilt with genuine Kawasaki parts.

This is an early engine with the early head (cast intake ports) and carburettors.

When the bike was stripped down the frame was refinished in a single stage paint,not powder coated- just like the factory finish.

The bodywork is all original factory Kawasaki that has been refinished to the highest and most correct level.

All the bearings and bushings were replaced.

The mirrors ,switches and turn signals are genuine Kawasaki.

This machine is absolutely stunning and as close to a new bike as you will ever find!

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