I would think that anyone with $650,000.00 to spend on ANYTHING would have half of a brain. It may be one of those trolls that constantly contact people trying to sell a vehicle running the ad? Of course they are contacting ME from a free ad, trying to get me pay them to advertise it with their own FREE ads. smh Cycle Trader?
1981 Kawasaki Kz1000K1
Located in the Saint Louis, Missouri Area.
How can you tell it's NOS? When I buy NOS I want proof, the original package, box, old receipt, not someone's word that it is. I have been restoring, working on, buying and selling the KZ900/1000 bikes since the early 70's. There is NO way I would spend that kind of money on a steering lock. Someone else might but not me. That is just stupid money. Good luck.
Russ Jackson wrote: And you can easily tell if an item has never been used.
That steering lock sold for $332.00
That's because of the key...not the lock. 754 was a Z1 number. Same thing with the dash panel...it's Z1...74 or 75 only and a very hard item to find. Very nice finishing touches and very visible to anyone who sees the bike.
The clutch on the other hand....there are dozens of them. Any clutch from '73 to '80 will fit. How many people will be asking if the clutch is NOS?
I have a couple of Z1B's restored, an '80 KZ1000LTD restored, a 1981 KZ550 restored and a 2008 KLR 650 for off road fun. My wife has a 2019 Suzuki DR 650 for on and off road.