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Clean and Original ’90 Kawasaki Ninja 750

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Location: Wilmington, North Carolina

Mileage: 11,922

Price: Auction, no reserve!

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The Kawasaki Ninja has a storied history as one of the sportbikes to usher in the modern era. The Ninja or GPz was a big time bike thanks to movies like Top Gun and the competition between Honda and Kawasaki. This was back in the 80’s when companies weren’t afraid to give their bikes cool names like Hurricane and Ninja. Kawasaki has carried the Ninja name to this day, where every other company has gone with dull number/letter configurations for their models. At least in England they still get the Fireblade. Although I have a feeling here in the States that name would get laughed out of the room. Followed by a ton of Lord of the Rings/Harry Potter jokes. Anyway, this is a clean 750 (another configuration that has gone the way of the Dodo) and still a cool, good looking ride.

Here’s info from the seller-

Very clean, pretty rare, but not perfect, the bike looks good for the year, and fires right up and no strange noise from the motor!

Once warm she purrs.

The tires are about 80% or better. I do not have the factory pipes, but the Muzzy sounds really good.

There are signs of road wear, it does have 11,000 + and things do happen on the road.

NO RESERVE so the winner takes it, It is for sale locally so I reserve the right to end early in the event it sales before the auction ends.

any questions just ask.

Thanks

And pics-

This looks like a real clean example if you have been searching for one. Everything looks stock except for the Muzzy exhaust. The paint looks good for the age and the mileage ain’t too bad. The seller says the bike ins’t perfect so you’ll want to get details on what it may need or what damage can’t be seen in the photos. But all in all, pretty sweet ride.

So if you want to roll around on a piece of Kawasaki history, here’s your chance. And there’s no reserve so you may be able to take this home for a song. Not too bad, if you ask me.

To make your play, make the jump!

-RN

2 Comments

  • “NO RESERVE so the winner takes it”

    Uh…yeah there’s a reserve. ???

    Nice clean bike. I didn’t like these bikes back in the day. They were too soft edged. I appreciate them much more today and this looks to be a clean example.

  • Nice and clean for sure ! Anyone remember that little red plastic 45 RPM record that came in a magazine with I believe the Ninja 750 on it . It is cool ….starts out with a guy picking up a girl for a ride , then gets into some revving followed by some Rock n Roll …then the guy drops her off and redlines outta sight ! Man , I haeve to se if I still have it . It got pretty well worn on the rceord player whan I was a kid . Oh yeah …ummm ask a 20 year old kid what a record player is these days !!!

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