1975 Kawasaki Z1B 900 Z1
Price: $25 000 ≈ €23088 ≈ £19718
Item location: West Palm Beach, Florida, US
|Z1B 900 Z1
Absolutely Stunning Completely Restored 1975 Kawasaki Z1B 900
Recent Complete Nut & Bolt Restoration
Very Rare Dual Front Disc Brake Set-up
Striped & Powder Coated Frame & Swing Arm
All New Chrome & Bright Work
House Of Kolor Paint With PPG Clear Coat Looks Phenomenal !
New DID Rims Laced On The Original Restored Hubs
Upgraded APE Clutch
Dyna S Electronic Ignition, Coils & Wires
One of the finest examples this 1975 has a fresh complete nut and bolt restoration done to the highest of quality and one of these nicest we have seen. The most powerful 4-cylinder 4-stroke Japanese motorcycle of its time was purchased from its original owner before a comprehensive restoration returned the Zed One to its rightful place on the super bike throne.No nut or bolt was left unturned. The steel tube frame was stripped and finished with a baked-on black powder coat, and new swing arm and steering stem needle bearings brought the suspension and steering back into spec. The original hubs, new stainless steel spokes, D.I.D rims and new tires are ready to roll, and the rarely seen factory optional Z1 dual-disc front brake setup packs a new master cylinder and calipers. New Rear Brkes, Carb's Rebuilt and re-jetted and synchronized by Jim@redline Cycle !
Kawasaki's 903cc dual overhead camshaft engine beat the Honda CB750 in power and durability with over 80 HP on tap. The roller bearing crankshaft and straight-cut primary gear setup were simple, effective and durable under pressure. Engine No. Z1E080683 was equipped with a new APE clutch, a Dyna S electronic ignition, coil & wires, upgrade, new seals and a permanently lubricated 630 O-ring chain and sprocket matched set. House of Kolor premium paint brought the tank and bodywork back to their Candy Super Red luster with PPG Clear coat, and new chrome fenders, polished aluminum and four exhausts add the finishing touch. This bike is shaken down and ready roll, the Z1 is one of the finest vintage Japanese motorcycles to ride and this example does not disappoint.The Z1 won the “Machine of the Year” title from “Motorcycle News” from 1973-76, and it's considered a Japanese design icon. For 1975, the Z1 was improved with more power, a stiffer frame, better brakes, better suspension, and a cool paint scheme, and it was known as the Z1B, a one-year model. This stunning and correct 1975 Kawasaki Z1B is a properly kept and maintained last-year model of this icon of Japanese design. It's an absolutely gorgeous motorcycle in the correct three-tone metallic paint, and it's the bike that changed the image of Japanese 4-cylinder motorcycles forever.
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