1978 KAWASAKI KZ1000 'COMMERORATIVE' N#178, PENDING

  • 1978 KAWASAKI KZ1000 'COMMERORATIVE' N#178, PENDING
  • 1978 KAWASAKI KZ1000 'COMMERORATIVE' N#178, PENDING
  • 1978 KAWASAKI KZ1000 'COMMERORATIVE' N#178, PENDING
  • 1978 KAWASAKI KZ1000 'COMMERORATIVE' N#178, PENDING
  • 1978 KAWASAKI KZ1000 'COMMERORATIVE' N#178, PENDING
  • 1978 KAWASAKI KZ1000 'COMMERORATIVE' N#178, PENDING
  • 1978 KAWASAKI KZ1000 'COMMERORATIVE' N#178, PENDING
  • 1978 KAWASAKI KZ1000 'COMMERORATIVE' N#178, PENDING
  • 1978 KAWASAKI KZ1000 'COMMERORATIVE' N#178, PENDING
  • 1978 KAWASAKI KZ1000 'COMMERORATIVE' N#178, PENDING
  • 1978 KAWASAKI KZ1000 'COMMERORATIVE' N#178, PENDING
  • 1978 KAWASAKI KZ1000 'COMMERORATIVE' N#178, PENDING
  • 1978 KAWASAKI KZ1000 'COMMERORATIVE' N#178, PENDING
  • 1978 KAWASAKI KZ1000 'COMMERORATIVE' N#178, PENDING
  • 1978 KAWASAKI KZ1000 'COMMERORATIVE' N#178, PENDING
  • 1978 KAWASAKI KZ1000 'COMMERORATIVE' N#178, PENDING
  • 1978 KAWASAKI KZ1000 'COMMERORATIVE' N#178, PENDING
  • 1978 KAWASAKI KZ1000 'COMMERORATIVE' N#178, PENDING
  • 1978 KAWASAKI KZ1000 'COMMERORATIVE' N#178, PENDING
  • 1978 KAWASAKI KZ1000 'COMMERORATIVE' N#178, PENDING
  • 1978 KAWASAKI KZ1000 'COMMERORATIVE' N#178, PENDING
  • 1978 KAWASAKI KZ1000 'COMMERORATIVE' N#178, PENDING
  • 1978 KAWASAKI KZ1000 'COMMERORATIVE' N#178, PENDING
  • 1978 KAWASAKI KZ1000 'COMMERORATIVE' N#178, PENDING
Reference:   US/103
Price:   $12700
Description

one very nice 1978 KZ1000 A2A Commemorative model #178. I bought this bike from the second owner about 5 years ago, who cared for it extremely well; and I have enjoyed owning it very much. Mileage was around 10 thousand. The exhaust is laser straight and in beautiful condition with no corrosion Original paint and graphics body with correctly documented by serial number vetter fairing and bags are in beautiful condition with original Vetter windshield that has never been removed. The white paper inspection date stamp tags - most likely from the Lincoln paint dept. - are still present inside the left fairing pocket and read May 17th 1978 and May 25th (PM) To give a little history on these bikes, they were produced in conjunction with Craig Vetter for a promotion dubbed the 'All American Rideaway' to celebrate Kawasakis Lincoln, NE production plant and top performing mid west dealers group. The numbered body set is 100 digits lower than the frame number which is correct for all and the 'AE' Series engines never correlate to bike number in any way since 3 distinct models shared the same drive train at the time; the A, B LTD and C Police models. Documentation included with the bike is the one magazine article that I have been able to find, crate manual, correct A2A owners manual with Kawasaki letter stating rear tire air pressure revision to compensate for the luggage system.