Very nice of you to recognize those guys. I hope to learn enough to live up to those thanks, eventually. So far, I'm kindof a lurking, learning, madman! Lots of want-to...not much need-to...Yet! I'm sure the winter teardown will change that alot.
Great call out there Bike...I don't have a vintage but am always reading the posts here. If a good deal on a vintage ever comes my way I plan to pick it up because I like the looks of alot of the older rides.
Old bikes never die.....they just sit in the back of the garage waiting for rebuilds.
Old bikers never die....they can't...they haven't rebuilt that bike yet :lol:
Once you get vintage bike fever, you are hooked..already have four vintage bikes in the garage. My car is sitting out in the weather :lol:
And my Beemer is in the back of the garage waiting for a rebuild.
Really! Check ebay...seems to have alot of kz1000p's lately. I saw two there last night. I'm starting to get liter fever (kz style...not modern day style) myself. Acouple of guys posted some outrageous streetfighters on KZrider.com in the last couple of days! Hmmmm....
Hi guys, I'm new here.
I just bought what is possibly the roughest '83GPz750 out there.
I couldn't resist. They don't come any cheaper, unless they're free.
This old bike is going to need some TLC, and it looks like this may be a good place to ask a few questions as I encounter the enevitable problems with the restoration. As you can see, I will need some parts and several hundred hours of work. Everything needs to be rebuilt, so I guess this is the before picture.
I have owned and ridden bikes since 1983, so this is not my first project, but it is my first Kawasaki. Thanks in advance for any help with my new toy, and I'll try not to be too big of a pain in the a$$.
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