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Kawasaki : Other 1984 kawasaki gpz 750 turbo zx 750 e

$3,800.00

Henderson, Nevada

Year 1984

Make Kawasaki

Model -

Category Naked Motorcycles

Engine 750

Posted Over 1 Month

1984 Kawasaki GPZ750 TURBO with ONLY 11449 miles....I bought of a friend 5 or 6 years ago with intent of restoring..Dont have time or room so need to sell...originally when i purchased i got engine started sounded good....I took as many pictures as possible to show what has damage and scuffs....Please check all pictures before purchasing thanks....

Kawasaki : Other 1985 kawasaki 750 turbo 10000 miles

$6,800.00

Sycamore, Illinois

Year 1985

Make Kawasaki

Model -

Category -

Engine 750

Posted Over 1 Month

Heres a real nice Kawasaki 750 Turbo. Near perfect condition. Always stored inside and covered. Runs and rides excellent. Has 1 flaw on right lower side of faring. Small crack, been there a long time and not sure how it got there but its noticeable. Rest of bike is super clean, don't really ride it much anymore as its becoming more collectable. All stock with factory owners manual and tool kit. Newer tires and battery. Get one while you can, as this is a real fine example that's hard to find in this condition. Call 847-385-8268 for more info

1984 Kawasaki GPZ750 TURBO

$2,250.00

Carson City, Nevada

Year 1984

Make Kawasaki

Model GPZ

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

KAWASAKI GPZ750 TURBO 1984 here is a rare find . I am selling my absolutely mint 1984 750 Turbo with 6043 miles on it. I have 3 of these and its time for one to go. its hard to believe that this bike is 31 years old. this is completely stock and unmolested in every way. the bike overall is a 9/10, the paintwork has plenty of shine and I have shown the imperfections in the last 4 pics. the tires are showing a few sidewall cracks and should be replaced.

Kawasaki : Other 1985 kawasaki gpz 750 turbo

$2,450.00

Springfield, Massachusetts

Year 1985

Make Kawasaki

Model -

Category -

Engine 750

Posted Over 1 Month

Hi,This is my Kawasaki GPZ 750 Turbo motorcycle.A brief history on the bike.I bought the bike from a friend at work 4 years ago.He ran the bike fairly continuously until the fuel pump went bad. He had it since 1995.I bought the bike from him in that condition. He used to ride the bike to work on a fairly consistent basis during the summer as I recall. The bike has around 10,700 miles or so.It sat in my garage and I did not get a fuel pump to get it going. Over all the bike is presentable as is but there is some red primer overspray (very slight) when the bike was in the same garage when using a spray can of primer nearby in the garage. Some elbow grease will get it off as I've confirmed.Hopefully the pictures will explain the bikes condition. Here are the key points that I can observe.1. There is a small rip in the forward part of the seat.2. The lower fairing section I do not have.3. The metzler tires appear OK.4. The bike rolls fine which tells me that the brakes are not stuck (and the brakes appear to work Ok)5. Left front fork seal is weeping and damp.6. Rest of the bike is all there and appears to be original.7. Sprocket and chain seem OK.8. I would probably cream the gas tank (should for any older bike).9. The bike needs battery.10. The bike is not pristine and will need some work. At a minimum the fuel pump, lot of elbow grease, detailing, etc. and frankly there may may be some other issues. The bike is being sold as is where is. All I know was the condition when I purchased the bike.11. It is a Massachusetts Title and on that note, my friend just signed the title so it is left open for the buyer's name and date. I usually buy a bike and keep the title that way, especially if I don't plan to register for a period of time and or decide to sell later.Probably many of you that love and routinely buy motorcycles probably do the same thing.So I will expect that you understand this about the title.The only time I ever received a negative feedback was once when I sold a bike on ebay with an open title this way, the buyer was a jerk and gave me negative feedback because the title was just signed and left open on the title.This guy was a TOTAL jerk and even implied he was getting his lawyer involved, etc. even when I said at the very beginning no big deal, you don't have to buy the bike and gave him back his deposit. He still threatened with all this nonsense and then of course gave me negative feedback. So if for what ever reason you are not cool with the title as described PLEASE DO NOT BUY!!!!Like I said, for you guys that routinely buy motorcycles this is pretty routine. A few other conditions, I want the buyer to see the bike and go over to your satisfaction.If you don't want it after viewing, no problem, you don't need to purchase if you see something you do not like and I will cheerfully refund your deposit.I just ask that you are reasonable about why you don't want to purchase.So this means that I will obviously NOT ship the bike to a buyer sight unseen. You (or your designee) have to physically see the bike. I would rather that you actually like the bike and are pleased with the transaction. More important to me than just selling to anyone who is just speculating on the bike.I also reserve to end the auction early as I have it listed locally.The bike is in Springfield, MA. You can call me if you wish. 1-413-374-0814.Deposit of $500.00 by Paypal within 24 hours and balance in cash upon pickup.So those are the ground rules and I think they are reasonable.Not sure what else I can say about the bike, but Please let me know what else I can explain about the bike before you buy it now.Thank You and thanks for looking.

Trim GPZ 750 Turbo

Kawasaki : Other 85 kawasaki gpz 750 turbo video

$1,800.00

Bridgewater, Massachusetts

Year 1985

Make Kawasaki

Model -

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

I am selling a running 85 Kawasaki GPZ 750 Turbo. Bike will need fuel tank repaired or replaced. These bikes are getting harder to find. Check out video http://youtu.be/SJdEzxPfgnU. Local pickup or buyer is responsible for shipping.

1985 KAWASAKI GPZ 750 TURBO!

$2,995.00

Carmel, Maine

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Posted Over 1 Month

1985 KAWASAKI GPZ 750 TURBO!! RARE COLLECTIBLE, FASTEST BIKE IN ITS CLASS. 15K ORIGINAL GRIPS CHAIN ETC. CUSTOM 4 INTO ONE EXHAUST. RED WINDSCREEN K&N FILTER. TURN KEY NINJA BLACK! BOOKS FOR 3315.00 YOURS FOR 2995.00.

Kawasaki : Other 1985 Kawasaki 750 Turbo

$4,000.00

Peach Bottom, Pennsylvania

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Posted Over 1 Month

1985 Kawasaki 750 Turbo All original. Rare bike. 21,000 miles $4,000 John 443.653.2315

1985 KAWASAKI GPZ 750 TURBO!

$3,000.00

Bangor, Maine

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Model -

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

1985 KAWASAKI GPZ 750 TURBO NINJA BLACK 14K MILES 3RD OWNER RARE COLLECTIBLE FAST AND RARE. BOOKS FOR 3315.00 SEEL FOR 3000.00 MUST SEE. WONT LAST!

1984 Kawasaki GPZ750 TURBO RARE Worldwide Free Shipping

$4,500.00

Portland, Maine

Year 1984

Make Kawasaki

Model GPZ

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

KAWASAKI GPZ750 TURBO 1984 Here is a rare find. I am selling my 1984 750 Turbo with 6043 miles on it. It's hard to believe that this bike is 31 years old. This is completely stock and unmolested in every way. The bike overall is a 9/10, the paintwork has plenty of shine. The tires are showing a few sidewall cracks and should be replaced. There is some light surface rust inside the tank. The engine is quiet and doesn't smoke.

Kawasaki : Other 1985 kawasaki zx 750 e 2 gpz 750 turbo nice survivor 100 pictures to see

$7,500.00

Kingsport, Tennessee

Year 1985

Make Kawasaki

Model -

Category Classic Motorcycles

Engine 738

Posted Over 1 Month

MAKE US AN OFFER!! YOU NEVER KNOW!! We've had this really nice Kawasaki ZX750-E2 Turbo in our collection for about 10 years. We've decided to sell it so here's your chance to own a nice own a really nice low mileage and mostly original super bike from 1985. This bike is wicked fast!! Everything electrical on it works as new. The tank is like new inside. Original exhaust. Original seat cover. Paint is original except the front fairing which has been repainted at some time. Really nice survivor bike as is or a perfect restoration candidate. This spring it had a Honda GN4 oil change, new oil filter and a new sealed battery. Front and rear brake systems have been evacuated and new Dot 3 fluid has been added. Front and rear brake pads were replaced. New front and rear tires this spring have less than 100 miles on them. It starts right up, shifts smoothly through all 5 gears and is wicked wicked fast!! Overall exceptional condition for it's age of 30 years. Google "Kawasaki GPZ750 Turbo" and you will get lots of info on this rare vintage classic. Built in 6/84, this is the 80th 1985 ZX750-E2 produced. The ZX750 had a design flaw with the turbo system and this one was no different. Also this spring we replaced the original Hitachi H-10 Turbo with a replacement turbo system from Mr. Turbo at a cost of almost $2000 for the parts. They are the gurus on turbos for bikes. Visit their website and you will see. The T-25 Garrett replacement kit from them fits with minimal modifications and the OEM look is retained. The original Hitachi turbo produced 11 pounds of boost. The Garrett Turbo is at 12 pounds and is easily adjustable to 30 pounds of boost. Further modifications are required to maintain boost over 13 pounds. Mr. Turbo can help you with these modifications. You won't need them. This bike is fast fast as is!! The original Hitachi turbo will go to the new owner with the "Buy It Now" option. The plastic rear fender is cracked (no pieces missing) at both rear turn signals. The windshield has a small crack at one of the mounting bolts. This bike has a battery fluid level warning system when the battery electrolyte is low. We used a sealed battery so the warning light stays on all the time. The sensor is still there so change to an unsealed battery if the light bothers you. We really prefer sealed batteries on early fuel injected bikes. The tank has a small dent and there are a few small scratches here and there but minimal for a 30 year old bike. Every flaw can be seen in the pictures. We have about 100 pictures at the DropBox link below so you can see every part of this clean classic beauty and how good and original it's condition is. Please ask any questions you may have. The new owner of this vintage beauty will not be disappointed. It runs perfectly!! Lots of smiles per mile with this one!! Numbers matching bike. Clear title in hand. Serial #JKAZXDE15EBS02182 Engine #Z750EE-006514 These Kawasaki's are rare in this condition and not many are left. Especially in this unrestored and basically overall original condition. This is your chance to own a final production year vintage classic 1985 Kawasaki ZX750-E2 Turbo that will turn heads. Don't let it get away. In time it will only increase in value if taken care of. Make us an offer. Ask any questions you may have. Below is a DropBox link with over 100 additional pictures so you can see every inch of this vintage classic. Copy the link below, paste it in your browser and hit go. dropbox.com/sh/hhwe33w2kaw5627/AABtuQSODZz6DhOYwytSE7sNa?dl=0 We will work with you any way possible on shipping and final payment. We have plenty of secure storage and we understand it takes time to line up a shipper. We strive for 5 Star ratings in all our listings. We want you to be satisfied with your purchase and we try to represent all our items as accurately as possible. Keep in mind this bike is 30 year old. As with all motor vehicles, this bike is sold as is, where is with no warranty. We do offer a money back guarantee if you are not satisfied upon your personal inspection before shipping.

Trim GPZ 750 Turbo

Kawasaki : Other 1984 84 KAWASAKI GPZ 750 TURBO 17298 MILES

$999.00

Derry, New Hampshire

Year -

Make -

Model -

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

1984 Kawasaki GPZ 750 Turbo. 17298 miles. Selling this as a running parts bike. It has rash on both sides and has had some additional red paintwork done. No kickstand. Runs, but smokes while running. I have clear title in hand. Call Matt 603 Four To Five Six to to to

Kawasaki : Other kawasaki gpz 750 turbo

$6,500.00

Atkinson, New Hampshire

Year 1985

Make Kawasaki

Model -

Category -

Engine 750

Posted Over 1 Month

Low MilesAlways stored inside Adult owned Repainted because the clear-coat was pealing Professionally painted with the best materials and clear coated over the new decals Only mods are the header and fork brace New Bridgestone battle ax tiresNew brake pads Rebuilt master cylinder and calipers dot5 Synthetic brake fluid It is in Showroom Condition

Kawasaki : Other 1984 Kawasaki GPZ ZX 750 E-1 Turbo

$7,500.00

Baldwin, New York

Year -

Make -

Model -

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

Up for sale is a 1984 Kawasaki GPZ ZX750 E-1 Turbo motorcycle. Please read the whole ad so you have all info on whats been done to the bike before bidding or asking a question. The bike has had new Bridgestone battlax BT45 front and rear tires, mounted and balanced. Both the front and rear trims have had new wheel bearings and seals installed. the rear hub had a new bearing and seal installed as well. The front forks were re-built with new seals, dust boots, new o-roings and fluid. The steering stem bearings were greased also. All 3 brake calipers have been re-built, new selas, dust boots, all new crush washers, bleeder caps and 3 new sets of brake pads. both front and rearmaster cylinders were re-built, new levers for both sides installed also. Both mirrors were changed with really nice original used ones. A new lockhart Phillips smoked windscreen installed. New after market clutch cable installed and also a new kawasaki throttle cable. The trim around the front fairing and windscreen was missing and re-placed with a real nice used original and new end caps installed both sides. The gas tank had been cleaned out and the inside coated. The gas cap had to be replaced and new top seal installed. New fuel sending unit gasket put in. Had changed the fuel petcock with a real good used one and all new seal installed. New relief valve assembly & gasket put on the tank also. The fuel pump was re-placed with an original low mile ( under 2,00 miles ) pump. The fuel line from the pump to the petcock was replaced with a good used one. New kawasaki fuel filter, air filter, oil filter and o- rings installed. Premium 4 hi-performance 4 cycle oil, Denso iridium spark plugs , fuel regulator was re-placed with a used one. Both #1 & #4 fuel injectors changed with ones off the same low mile bike. the motor was apart and all 4 pistons were changed with original ones off a 10,000 mile bike. All new kawasaki piston rings, wrist pin clips installed. Cyliners honed, all new gaskets installed. The cylinder head itself was in excellent condition and needed no attention. Some rubber dmapners re-placed throughout the bike. Some screws and nuts missing on the bike were re-placed. i had changed one of the side covers. The tool tray and kit are under the seat, believe some tools missing. have an original owners manual and of course a clean title in hand. might have a spare key not 100%. Have a rear grab bar for the bike but no hardware to install. There was a steerring dampner on the bike but the seals were no good. ythat comes with the bike also if you wanted to get rebuilt. The mounts for it are on the bike. there is a stainless steel fender elliminator kit installed. the rear sprockets were changed from 630 to 530. brand new 530-112 high tension roller drive chain installed. Stock footrests and levers, installed a new Marshall liquid filled guage. Not functional . Handle bar weights painted and new screws installed. Have a new yuasa battery to put oin the bike for the new owner. the turbo works mint as well as the suspenion, brakes, lights, clutch etc.... The motorcycle can be viewed at zip 11510. Call for info or to ask any questions etc. 516-223-1777 , please leave a message and the call will be returned. if bike is to be shipped, i can try to assist for the pick up if necessary, all costs set-up etc are the buyers resposibility.

1976 BMW R-Series 1976 BMW R90S Turbo Luftmeister 11tmls, 2nd owner

$20,000.00

Lake Orion, Michigan

Year 1976

Make BMW

Model R-Series

Category Sport Touring Motorcycles

Engine 900

Posted 3 Weeks Ago

Yes, this is not a mistake. Turbo! Here's the story: This BMW R90S in silver smoke color was with the first original owner for 39 years until i had the chance to buy it last year . The original owner bought it brand new at the local Michigan BMW dealership. It was the fastest street bike in its days. He rode it occasionally for pleasure, never for commuting. In 1982 every Japanese manufacturer came up with turbo bikes: Honda CX 500 turbo Honda CX 650 Turbo Kawasaki ninja 750 Turbo Suzuki XN85G Turbo Yamaha XJ650 Turbo. Luftmeister, a in its days well known BMW motorcycle accessory developer and distributor (mostly fairings, luggage....), launched its Turbo kit. Developed for the lame and disappointing R100S, but also applicable to the R90S and R65. They offered a competition and a street kit. The competion kit promised 150HP for the R100S at max rpm 9500. For the street kit they promised a 50% horse power increase. The owner decided to go for his dreams and ordered at his local dealership everything to build the most powerful Boxer BMW. He let the dealer install the street Turbo kit, as well as the 4 spark dyna ignition and a lot more, when the bike had about 6000 total miles. Please see the list below for details of the modifications. No body, not even his wife and family, was allowed to know what he spend on this project. He did not tell me either, but it must have been more than the price of a new bike. He did not do any weird modifications from different suppliers. It was BMW and it was Luftmeister he trusted in. Thats it. Only well trained BMW mechanics worked on his bike from day one, till 39 years later, when he was in his late 70s and decided to part with it. How does it ride? I have a clean Michigan title in my name, but never had it registered, so i can just tell what i was experiencing by riding around the block. Don't expect a perfect working every day commute, but i was really impressed of how well and perfect it felt. It starts without having a choke, just with the accelerator pump of the carb, needing a hand on the gas grip for a minute during warm up. During decent weather it starts right up after twisting the throttle a few times, before you hit the button. Idles fine after a while. In the normal flow of traffic you will not feel a big difference, to a normal R90S as the turbo will not kick in at lower rpm or lower load. As soon as you get into higher rpm 3500+ with full throttle the beast awakens. A really really noticeable push. Original owners words: When the turbo kicked in it scared the sh.. out of me, as the front wheel wont stay down. I did not try it without a plate, but i believe every word. So the bike works as on day one. Turbo works. No stumbling, no cutting out, but of course its a 80s turbo and it is carbureted. You can imagine the rest of the story But everything works as it should. The Turbo application was developed for occasional turbo kicks and maybe for a track day, but not for German Autobahn with 1 hour constant 120mph riding. The bike was in permanent, but occasional, use for the following 33 years. No problems or repairs, except one gearbox whining i found a repair receipt for. Just regular perfect maintenance and batteries. Stored in a climate controlled garage. Taken out for an occasional spin around the area. Used for pleasure riding. No track days. Never abused to keep the pants clean. :-) The only problem he had were dying batteries. No wonder, as the original battery was in 5mm distance to the turbo housing. Of course he always replaced them with the original, extremely large, battery from the shelf of his BMW dealer. I solved this problem by installing a different shaped, smaller battery and a little heat shield. List of modifications: -Luftmeister Turbo Kit using a Warner-Ishi Turbo charger -Water Injection System to prevent knocking -Boost gauge aftermarket and original (defective, leaking glycerine filling) -Turbo clutch -Piston rings -SS-Valves, alloy push rods and valve springs -Dyna III Ignition (2 spark plugs per cylinder) -Luftmeister exhaust system (nice roar, louder, but not too loud) -lightened fly wheel -oil cooler -reinforced swing arm -fork brace -Alloy fork triple clamp -HD fork springs -anty dive system -Street stroker shocks -double horn ...... ...... Todays condition: There was no need to repair anything and it came from recent dealer maintenance when i bought it last year, so i just cleaned a little here and there. As far as i know the bike was never down, in an accident or repainted. The only area where i noticed a small partial repaint is at the lower edge of the left side cover. Still original sticker on it. Just the lower edge that had contact with the frame was repaired. No one will notice it. The mirror housings are kind of bend and need repaint or replacing. A few stone chips in the front fairing, a slight scratch on the right side of the tank. Rubbing on the front fender from brake line. The gold original tank lining has a few areas where it needs to be touched up. That's basically it. I will make high res. pictures available for interested parties. Of course there are signs of use and signs of environment after 40years. She is not restored at all. Mechanics: No issues that came to my attention. I would install new brake lines, just for safety. There are some rubber hoses and end caps on the carb that appear to be a bit brittle, but that's also just for safety. Tires have good thread without cracks, authentic Metzeler style. Depending on how you like to use it, i would change them. Expect smaller issues like leaks, or a fine tune needed, when you ride it more often What you get: -a absolutely unmolested and unrestored original bike -a Luftmeister accessory aftermarket full turbo kit -a lot of Luftmeister accessories related to performance, stability and rideablility -all the original parts that were replaced (every nut and bolt) see pics. Everything clean, wrapped up and proteceted. -if you want i still have the newspaper form 1982 where the exhaust was wrapped in. (1982 Corvettes offered for 15,865$). -very good documentation. The original title, Luftmeister brochures, receipts, maintenance records, installation guide, manual.... -2nd key, orig. tool set......... -honest information, as i am picky myself. -i will answer any question and picture every detail you like, don't complain afterwards -i will work with international buyers as long as i stay on the safe side Please be aware that depending on your state and country of residence you may have problems registering the bike. Everything is allowed in the US, but you will have to work hard to get German TUEV approval for it. This is probably a one of a kind bike, being that original. Google the internet up and down. I did so. You may run into a handful Luftmeister Turbo BMW R's worldwide. All more or less customized or at the end of their life cycle. What you could do: Keep it as it is, as a enjoyable show piece. Ride it to local BMW or old motorcycle meet ups and draw a ton of attention. Explain your spectators what the black box underneath the right cylinder is :-) Look in their faces when you do so. or Rebuild it to "all Original R90S". You get everything you need included to do so, but it would be a shame in my eyes. or Clean it up and make it a show piece Price: I dont have to sell and may keep it for further value appreciation. I am into old bikes and cars, but not specifically a BMW R-series enthusiast so i am willing to part. Its worth what someone is willing to pay for, but to give you an idea: -Look into your international lists for a BMW R90 S in excellent+ condition: XXXXXX -add for an extremely low original mileage: XXXXX -add for second owner (basically first owner): XXXXX -add for being a time capsule and not a restored showpiece: XXXXX -add for documentation from day one: XXXXX -add for the period correct contemporary accessories (value and exclusiveness): XXXXX -subtract for small updates I have set a "buy it now" to 20.000$, just to keep low ballers off my back. If you are really interested, contact me. I am entertaining and answering all offers, but please be realistic. I will end the offer anytime if it sells locally. I am aware that this ad will draw international attention and i promise to work with you and your shipper to make it a smooth transaction. Languages: german, english, a bit french and italian.

1985 Kawasaki Gpz FACTORY TURBO

$3,000.00

Hermon, Maine

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Posted Over 1 Month

1985 Kawasaki Gpz FACTORY TURBO, 1985 KAWASAKI GPZ 750 TURBO! 14K WELL MAINTAINED READY TO RIDE, FASEST BIKE IN 85' STREET AND RACE MODE, DFI fuel injection. 3000.00 or best offer. $3,000.00 2079516614