Following the 84 we posted the other day, here is an 85 ZX900R. This one is nearly all stock and while in stunning original condition actually has 12k miles. The reserve is already met at $3800 and has about a day left to go. My question is why do I find them nearly universally listed as both GPZ900R and ZX900R?
from the seller:
1985 Kawasaki ZX900R Ninja in impeccable condition with 12k original miles. All original parts, fairing, etc. No repaint. I have taken very good care of this bike, always garaged and serviced. Service details with compression testing, carb sync, all bearings checked or replaced. This bike is near museum quality, yet it is ridden several times a month and needs nothing. The only modifications to the bike are an added tinited windscreen and aftermarket handlebars for better riding comfort, but originals bars are available and they are easy to put on. These classic Ninja's are getting harder and harder to find and one in this condition, even harder. It even has the original seat upolstery with no tears, fairings and tank are all original, no dents in the tank or scratches. The fairings, side panels, real panel and front fender are in excellent condition across the board a 9 to 9.5 out of 10. Please call me with any questions or send an email and I will respond as quickly as possible. This bike has a very reasonable reserve and I am hopeful it goes to a great new home to someone who truely appreciates this classic beauty.