1970 KAWASAKI H1 500-cafe racer
Here we choose a really fine example of an extremely unusual and rarely seen survivor.This is a matching number bike.1970 Kawasaki H1-500 cafe racer developed and to the best of my understanding originally constructed. The inner fork tubes had a small amount of surface rust but it tidied up nice.There is a small quantity of extremely fine pitting on the ideal inner fork tube but it won't appear in the pics and it does not have any issues where the seals ride.The naked eye needs to browse difficult to find it.The rear wheel is an 18in baranni Akront.The linkage and shifter along with the brake market is all set up professionally.The fairing as i have actually learned is monotracks own.The front fender is a dunstall.This is all pre 1971 body works and customization although the front stanchions are nos as is the brake peddle for the rear brake. The bike has been gone with by the previous owner and kept inside for several years. Taken care of by a true enthusiast.The clocks are in fantastic condition. The rear tire is a continental with no dry rot and lots of meat on it still.The front tire is new with the nipples still on it. The bike is prepared for the street or if you dare. I'm not sure about the brand of growth chambers however they are in attractive condition with no scrapes or dents or abrasions anywhere.There is a little impression under the left pipe where the side stand rides in the up position.The impression feels and looks like it exists by design.The bike is truly sweet from stem to stern.The baffles are of course in tact. Everyone is brand-new at in the start and i want to deal with everyone.The oil tank on the bike is functional.The oil pump is established as it is supposed to be.The extra oil tank you see in the back of the seat on the top is a tank for an automatic oiler for the chain.This set up is done extremely sweet.
October 29 2017 on Americanlisted