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Oh God YES!! I saw that same bike at a local dealer a few months ago and I had the same reaction. Jevers
Jay if you like the old Kawi Zs you gotta go surf thru this website where they have been restoring and selling them for many years. Don't know how active they are anymore, but I frequently drool over their past bikes that are all listed for your viewing pleasure. When you view the list of bikes previously sold, start at the bottom of the list. Enjoy!

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Jay if you like the old Kawi Zs you gotta go surf thru this website where they have been restoring and selling them for many years. Don't know how active they are anymore, but I frequently drool over their past bikes that are all listed for your viewing pleasure. When you view the list of bikes previously sold, start at the bottom of the list. Enjoy!

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Very cool site! Thanks for sharing that link. A good friend of mine who used to own a local m/c shop picked up an original non-running '73 Kawi 900 for pennies on the dollar. It had been stolen at one time and had the serial number filed off of the engine. He got together with a detective friend who tried to retrieve the numbers through some kind of acid trick. It didn't work. Long story short, he resold it to a collector in Japan for $9000! It's a strong market for collectible motorcycles right now!

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