KZs of mid ohio
Prices were all over the place. Total junk barely rolling with half the engine missing, selling for $2000. Nuts. Then there is the super clean 2nd year with the bassani exhaust, the dude said he sold for $3500, but I think he lied to me, he was a dick. Then the dude I bought a cb450 exhaust from had a old-guy-restored 1st year he said he’d consider selling for $25k, its gold apparently.
Saw one just like Nate’s but with Lester wheels. Black is rare according to Adams nation wide search for the best, yet cheapest kz1000 available.
Then saw a couple 2nd years like how I’m gonna have mine painted. They’re both apparently stock paint and def don’t match so who knows what’s right?
Nobody wants a shaft drive. Less wheel power.
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Published - May 30, 2012
I found this article while doing some research about CB550 modifications. It was written by Gordon Jennings and published in Cycle magazine’s November 1975 issue. Good article and worth the read. “Gentleman’s Express Vehicles in this category were not in the strictest sense sport cars, though they certainly were intended to be driven in a […]