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1984 Kawasaki GPZ1100

$2,895.00

Bettendorf, Iowa

Year 1984

Make Kawasaki

Model GPZ1100

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

1984 Kawasaki GPZ1100, A Classic with 9,902 miles!!! Here is a bike that we dont see very often. The 1984 Kawasaki GPZ1100. The engnige is based on the classic Kawasaki Z1, and KZs. The 1100 GPz is fuel injected, Built before it's time!! Based on the fact that it is a 1984 it is the second generation of GPZs, restyled, Uni-trak monoshock version, these were built between 1983 through to 85.{This one is a 1984}. There were 550s, 750s, and 1100s built, it was the big 1100 that was always The Big Daddy . It was top dog at the end of the era of air-cooled superbikes. This one has been repainted. It sports a non stock swing arm with a wider than stock rear tire/wheel combo. It has been set up with a off set counter sprocket, and off set plate. Check out the pictures. I'm sorry to say that the fuel gauge in the center of the tank is not working at this time. It is a good running old classic muscle bike, a pre-sport bike, sport bike!! Check out the pictures, and give us a call or sop in. This is one of those bikes that you just don't see every day!!! Each bike goes through rigorous inspection, cleaning and examination before we feel comfortable considering it a part of our inventory and available for sale. Once we are through with our thorough inspections and cleanings and the bike has been approved for sale, we photograph it from all angles. The picture views assure to our clients that the bike is in good condition and there are no flaws to hide, which is important to both us and to our online buyers. Be sure to check out brennys dot com!!

2003 Harley-Davidson HERITAGE SOFTAIL CLASSIC

$4,800.00

St James City, Florida

Year 1984

Make Kawasaki

Model GPZ 1100

Category -

Engine -

Posted 2 Weeks Ago

1984 GPZ1100, GPZ 1100 in excellent original condition with perfectly working fuel injection. Low original miles under 12,000. Well maintained, garaged, runs like it did when it was new. 315-415-4200,

Kawasaki : Other 1984 kawasaki gpz 1100 kz z 1

$3,000.00

Layton, Utah

Year 1984

Make Kawasaki

Model -

Category -

Engine 1100

Posted Over 1 Month

This is a very clean 1984 GPZ1100. It has just under 3000 miles. It was in storage since 1987 in Southern Cal. The fuel injection was replaced with 34CV carbs. The inside of the tank is as new condition. Engine and trans are very strong. No Smoke or funny noises from the engine. Valve lash checks right to the middle of the spec and very consistent on all 8 valves relative to one another. New Bridgestone S11 tires installed this fall\, They have 10 miles on them. Dynatek coils. Carbs will need to be cleaned and jetted/adjusted for your elevation. There is a small scuff on the tank, see pic. Very solid bike.

Trim GPZ1100

1984 Kawasaki ZX1100-A2 GPZ

$3,495.00

Woodstock, Illinois

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Category -

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Posted Over 1 Month

1984 KAWASAKI ZX1100-A2 GPZ, You don't see one of these all too often! Kawasaki's 4 cylinder, fuel-injected, DOHC, air cooled SPEED MONSTER was only made for a couple of years. A great marriage of speed and technology, the GPZ is comfortable and reliable. This model specifically has had extensive service performed (records available) via our reputable service department. Services include clutch replacement, rectifier replacement, wiring repair, tires, fork seals, fuel system cleaning and more. If you are looking to add this gem to your collection, or just looking for great vintage speed, submit an inquiry today!

2009 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R

$2,895.00

Bettendorf, Iowa

Year 1984

Make Kawasaki

Model GPZ1100

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

1984 Kawasaki GPZ1100, A Classic with 9,902 miles!!! Here is a bike that we dont see very often. The 1984 Kawasaki GPZ1100. The engnige is based on the classic Kawasaki Z1, and KZs. The 1100 GPz is fuel injected, Built before it's time!! Based on the fact that it is a 1984 it is the second generation of GPZs, restyled, Uni-trak monoshock version, these were built between 1983 through to 85.{This one is a 1984}. There were 550s, 750s, and 1100s built, it was the big 1100 that was always The Big Daddy . It was top dog at the end of the era of air-cooled superbikes. This one has been repainted. It sports a non stock swing arm with a wider than stock rear tire/wheel combo. It has been set up with a off set counter sprocket, and off set plate. Check out the pictures. I'm sorry to say that the fuel gauge in the center of the tank is not working at this time. It is a good running old classic muscle bike, a pre-sport bike, sport bike!! Check out the pictures, and give us a call or sop in. This is one of those bikes that you just don't see every day!!! Each bike goes through rigorous inspection, cleaning and examination before we feel comfortable considering it a part of our inventory and available for sale. Once we are through with our thorough inspections and cleanings and the bike has been approved for sale, we photograph it from all angles. The picture views assure to our clients that the bike is in good condition and there are no flaws to hide, which is important to both us and to our online buyers. Be sure to check out brennys dot com!!

1984 Kawasaki ZX 1100 GPz

$1,100.00

Aguanga, California

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Posted Over 1 Month

Bike runs and is registered $350 in Extra original parts, Kawasaki shop manuals, and Clymer manual in pics $1100 obo Call Joe if you have any questions This ad was posted with the eBay Classifieds mobile app.

1984 KAWASAKI GPZ 1100 Custom Painted - 22k Miles - Kerker Header -stock exhaust

$1,800.00

Morris, Connecticut

Year 1984

Make Kawasaki

Model GPZ

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

Custom Painted - 22k Miles - Kerker Header -stock exhaust available - runs excellent $1,800 O.B.O.. (860) 567-XXXX after 4pm MORRIS, CT

Honda : CB 1975 honda cb 400 f

$6,800.00

Point Roberts, Washington

Year 1975

Make Honda

Model CB

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

Gorgeous CB400F. The photos speak for themselves. They were taken July 31 2015. I'm a private owner, not a dealer. I have a lovely collection of 28 motorcycles, but changing health means either leaving them mostly unused in the garage or house, or knowing someone else will enjoy the ones I choose to sell. The wheels are not stock, are much higher quality alloy and, along with the tires, are brand new. The carbs need to be cleaned, and a new battery is needed. The original tool kit comes with. I also have a NOS blue tank and matching side covers for a CB400F. I'll be selling those separately. I can deliver the 400F to Blaine, Washington, or a dealership in Bellingham, Washington. If you have any questions, you may call David at 360.945.7777. Buyers with negative feedback need not apply, and lowball offers won't be considered. Before long, I'll also be selling: 2012 Ducati Panigale Tricolore S2012 Kawasaki ZX141989 Honda Hawk GT650 with very low miles1984 Honda CB1100F1990 Bimota YB1981 Kawasaki GPz550 and 1989 Yamaha FZR400 with very low miles plus a 1990 FZR400 swingarm.

Trim CB400F

Triumph : Bonneville 1976 triumph bonneville total build from frame up crank up

$18,950.00

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Year 1976

Make Triumph

Model Bonneville

Category Custom Motorcycles

Engine 750 cc

Posted Over 1 Month

A call from Jeff Phillips (owner of Redline Cycle Mpls.) telling me he had found what he referred to as "raw material" was when things really started to happen. Little did I know how raw the material actually was. A 1976 Bonneville, left outside, leaning up against a garage in Minnesota for 14 years was just plain sad. Seat rotted right through the pan, discs solid orange and chain so rusty we had to break it just to move the bike. But... he was right, all the raw material was there. A 2 into 1 exhaust and Mikuni carbs were the only mods. No extendo frontendo or obvious signs of crashing. I'm not a trained mechanic but having previously owned 5 Triumphs (dating back to a "65" T100C) figured I was up to the challenge. A large network of biker pals to tap for advice and services helped seal the deal. The motor was dropped off at Redline. The 2 into 1 was deposited in the nearest dumpster and the rolling chassis went to my basement workshop where it would live, in one form or another for the next few years. Armed with a big rubber mallet, 3 cans of WD40 and some tools, the next few months were spent disassembling, bagging and tagging. After cutting out the airboxes and some minor bodywork to repair where onetime highway pegs had partially collapsed the downtubes, the frame, swingarm, tripletrees and centerstand were sandblasted and sent to powdercoat. Installed new steeringhead bearings and swing arm bushings and the frame was done. Wheels were another story. Rims rusted beyond repair, had to be replaced. Spokes were upgraded to Buchanan polished stainless, 8ga.front, 9ga. rear and laced to the rebuilt and newly painted hubs. Discs were surfaced, drilled and nickel-plated. One rusty forktube needed replacing and a trick involving Trident frontend parts succeeded in lowering the front by almost an inch and improved dampening and rebound. Both master cylinders were upgraded to stainless. New shocks were added. A wider rear tire, Metzler Perfect ME 120/90-18 required notching the chainguard, but when combined with the heavier spokes gave the business end of the powertrain a more serious look. At Redline I was the official parts washer, which was referred to as "doing dishes". Jeff's generosity in, allowing me to help wherever I could, kept the project moving and helped keep the ever-rising cost down. Things like a new speedo drive or $300.00 for new stainless fasteners were constantly coming up. When asked by my wife how much a newly acquired part cost, I said $100.00, to which her response was "I've heard that before, are all the parts $100?" Pretty much I said, except for the $200 ones. Chrome had been going out in batches for a while. A local street rodder named "Big Ed" was the go-to guy. He had a connection with a plating company whose truck made weekly scheduled stops at his shop to service him and his club of builders. This was huge. Not only would they do big pieces, like both fenders (which I was able to reuse) but they would do small pieces like tank badges, fork cap nuts, headlight ears and even assorted bolts. Amazingly both gauges worked, but to this day there's still a cobweb under the glass in the tach. The wiring harness was upgraded to clothwoven. The clutch-side handlebar switch was scrapped in favor of cleaner looking (old/style) horn/dipswitch.The taillight was polished and augmented with 2 Arlen Ness "speeding bullet" turn-signals, chosen specifically for the way they mimicked the headlight shell. Unfortunately the guts mimicked "The Prince of Darkness" and had to be retrofitted with L.E.D.s .A new seat was added along with a new grabrail. New 1"1/2 pipes were easy but prices for mufflers were all over the board, from lowend reverse-cone megaphones, to two grades of high quality Norton/style imports, available from Minnesota Brit bike parts guru Mitch Klempf. I chose Norton/style, for which I got quality, performance and a great sound. No regrets! By now the tank, sidecovers and jugs had been dropped off with my good friend and "House of Kolor" founder Jon Kosmoski. This would be the third bike Jon had helped me out with over the past 3 decades. Again I was allowed to help and was now #1 in charge of paint removal, sanding and beadblasting. A high heat primer was applied to the jugs and red pearl was the choice of color for the double scallop on the tank. Jon's is also where I spent many hours standing at the buffing wheel trying to reverse 14 years of oxidation on the lower legs and engine covers. The motor was completely rebuilt. Crank, rods and pistons were balanced, magnafluxed and shotpeened. Clutch hub, shift spindle and rockerarms were lightened. Timing gears beveled. Jugs were bored .040 over. Cams were changed and tappets re-radiused. Kibbelwhite Precision Machining valves and guides with intake seals. High output stator. Surflex clutchplates. Stock advance and points were retained for quicker advance. The head was "dual plugged" for which an extra dual-lead coil was added. Head also lightly milled to raise compression. The exhaust ports were threaded and fitted with screw-in spigots which reverted to the way the old/style pipes were installed versus newer press-in pipes which are notorious leakers. A custom heat sink was fabricated for the repositioned diode. The engine breather tube was rerouted under the back fender. Even the patent plate on the timing cover was replaced, which for anyone that knows is a very touchy operation. Also fabricated were polished stainless mounting plates for the new mufflers. Later model sidecovers were added to accommodate K+N filters. This bike build was a 3 year project during which every nut, bolt, bushing, bearing, screw and washer was removed, refurbished, replaced or upgraded. Improving on the factory wherever possible was a priority. The end result was I got the bike that I had envisioned and the satisfaction of bringing it back from the dead. But most importantly...I now own something that Triumphs have always been about, "A fun bike to ride." It is ridden regularly, along with my currently owned 1984 Kawasaki 750 GPZ and 1991 Honda ST1100. This bike won “First in Class” at the BBC Rally (British Biker Cooperative), a Wisconsin based club dedicated to the preservation of the British motorcycle. Cylinder boring, plus modifications to cams and front suspension by Steve Ferree. Mileage since rebuild less than 4,000 miles. Buyer pays shipping costs.

Trim T140V