1975 Kawasaki H1 on ns1.2040-motos
Kawasaki H1 description
Engine professionally rebuilt. Bored 1st oversize. New Wossner pistons, new rods, bearings, seals. Best quality parts used throughout. Forks rebuilt, new shocks, wheel bearings, bronze swing arm bushings. All cables are new. New master cylinder, rebuilt caliper, stainless steel brake lines, EBC brake pads and shoes. New DID chrome wheels with Buchanan stainless steel spokes. Hubs polished. Modern style Bridgestone tires. Professionally painted with new decals clear coated over. Fender,chainguard, grab rail, headlight ring all rechromed. All electrics work properly. Less than 100 miles on everything done to this bike. A little over 9000 original miles on the bike. Owners manual, and tool kit are present. I purchased the bike from the original owner. I have some of the factory original parts available if interested in changing some things back. Not a show bike but very, very nice. Paint and chrome are beautiful. Engine not detailed but clean and rebuilt professionally. Will be available to help your shipper with pick up. Again, less than 100 miles on the build. Great looking bike. For sale locally so ad may be taken down. Thanks for looking!
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