Post Listing Update: This Black Panther did not get any interest at the asking price of $3,400, so the seller relisted it at…$3,600. Unsurprisingly, it did not get any takers at the higher price, either.
In 2001, MZ introduced the Baghira an enduro powered by the thumper from a Yamaha XT660. Based on that, they also released a Street Moto, basically a big supermoto that was only available in yellow. I think they’re cool because they’re so different, and because you can snap them up at a reasonable price. But for people like me who don’t care for yellow, MZ also offered the Black Panther – the exact same bike, just in…black.
Finding replacement bodywork can be a chore, but thanks to the Yammy engine, mechanical maintenance is much easier than the bike’s rarity would suggest and you still got you got 50 horsepower and 42 pound-feet of torque. For more on the Street Moto, check out this review from RoadRUNNER.
The seller of this bike (VIN: SNZ6DE30638004352) isn’t big on details, but he says his bike is stock with 8,880 miles, with the exception of a Yoshimura carbon slip on exhaust. Find this MZ for sale in Long Island, New York with a BIN of $3,400 or best offer