KAWASAKI KZ750 1980 *SOLD*

Stock #15857. When Wayne Gardner and John Pace won the 750 class of the Castrol 6 Hour race on one of these they not only made the world take notice of the bike, but themselves as world class riders – with Gardner earning a world championship some years later. The …

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KAWASAKI KZ1000 1977 *SOLD*

Stock #01255. WHAT A BEAUTY – ONLY 2,420 MILES FROM NEW ! As the Kawasaki Z1 900 superbike matured, the capacity was subtly increased to 1,015cc to retain the performance lost due to increasing emission controls such as more restrictive intake air intake boxes and exhausts. However, while that may …

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Kawasaki S2 350 1972 *SOLD*

Stock #15897 They are not making any more of these ! Kawasaki excelled at making performance two stroke street bikes for just a few short years – around 7 in total ! Sought after by enthusiast’s world wide the trade mark “RING A DING DING” from these triples sets them …

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Kawasaki GPZ900 1984 *SOLD*

Stock #00297 We’re not sure what made the GPZ900 “Ninja” more famous – that great Tom Cruise movie TOP GUN or Team Kawasaki Australia’s race success? Champion riders such as Robbie Phillis, Len Willing and Iain Pero put the official Kawasaki Team back on the map in the production racing …

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KAWASAKI H1 500 1974 *SOLD*

Stock #27553. Like land they’re not making any more of these beauties ! Fact is the Kawasaki H1 500 and H2 750 are two of the most sought after Japanese collectables today, worldwide. When Kawasaki unleashed the first version of the H1 in the late 1960’s the world had not …

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KAWASAKI Z1 900 1973 *SOLD*

Stock #10503. “THE HOLY GRAIL” Not often that an original ’73 Jaffa comes available, however here we have a ONE owner Z1 is superb condition. Correct numbers machine. One private owner. Manufactured April 1973. Original owner manual still with the bike. Showing  64,845 miles. This Z1 will be delivered with …

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KAWASAKI KT250 1976 *SOLD*

Stock #04902. When Yamaha got the jump on the other Japanese manufacturers in producing a Trials bike, Kawasaki were left to pick up the pieces – only able to sign a lower ranked English rider to promote their bike and getting their bike to market a year later than Yamaha. …

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