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Ninja Glory: Low Mileage 1994 Kawasaki ZX7

Location: Houston, TX

Miles: 2,644

Price: Currently $5,000 with No Reserve

You can’t mention early 90’s sport bikes with out thinking of the Kawasaki Ninja, or at least I can’t. Plastered in unmistakable green and blue graphics with some hot-pink and purple logos, the ZX-7 was the penultimate Kawi back in ’94. Here is your chance to own one with very low miles and in excellent condition.

The ZX-7 up for grabs here is as stock as they come. The only modification is the rear seat cowl and the original piece is included in the sale. There isn’t even the common Muzzy exhaust upgrade here! Though it isn’t the more sought after “R” version, this is still a killer bike with plenty of performance and nostalgia to offer its new owner. Plus, you won’t have to pay a premium for it’s homologated and temperamental brother.

From the seller:

Classic and perfect example of a COLLECTOR GRADE ZX-7. It still has the new bike smell when you fire it!!!

100% stock except the addition of a Lockhart solo seat cover. Passenger seat is included.

Complete with owners manual, and tool kit.

Fresh tires.

Battery Tender Jr included.

No dissapointments. Eventhough it is a collector example, it is current for road use, and gets fired weekly.

Bike for sale locally as well so auction may end at anytime.

In ’94, the ZXR had seen a few years of being on the road, and Kawasaki had been able to figure out some issue and refine the bike. This made the ZX-7 one of the top performers in its class. Now you have a chance to own one if you missed out on it back in the day. You probably won’t find a cleaner and lower mileage example, so don’t miss your chance. IfKawasakiis listening, please bring this livery to new bikes! Check out the auction here and get it before it’s gone!

-JS

1 Comment

  • I live in Houston! But 5000??? I feel a lot of nostalgia when I see this. This is on my short list of bikes I was too young to even think of owning back in the day. A ZX-7 was the furst real sportbike I got to ride. Kawasaki was allowing demo rides of mostly cruisers back at the Cow Palace in San Fran in 93. They had a ZX-7 and actually let this 18 year old take it out. What an impression that experience left…
    So yeah, big soft spot for this bike. 5K? Guess it doesn’t matter, even if it was half that, this is Houston baby. There are no curves on the public roads here. It’s like a gun without bullets. An iPad without a wi-fi nearby.

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