Property of a deceased's estate, c.1979 Kawasaki Z400 Frame no. K4-113615 Engine no. to be advised

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Lot 505
Property of a deceased's estate, c.1979 Kawasaki Z400
Registration no. CHH 443V Frame no. K4-113615 Engine no. to be advised

Sold for £ 368 (US$ 483) inc. premium
Property of a deceased's estate
c.1979 Kawasaki Z400
Registration no. CHH 443V
Frame no. K4-113615
Engine no. to be advised
Expanding its range of four-stroke models into the middleweight and lightweight market sectors, Kawasaki introduced the first of an entirely new family of parallel twins in 1974: the Z400. The latter was entirely conventional for a Japanese motorcycle and was intended to appeal to riders for whom economy and practicality were of greater importance than outright performance. Testing the Z400 alongside four Japanese rivals (including Kawasaki's KH400 two-stroke triple) Bike magazine achieved an average fuel consumption of 50mpg, making it the best of the bunch in this regard. There are no documents with this Z400, which is offered for restoration and sold strictly as viewed.

Saleroom notices

  • The engine number is K4E155033.
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Property of a deceased's estate, c.1979 Kawasaki Z400 Frame no. K4-113615 Engine no. to be advised
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