In 1982, Kawasaki introduced a middleweight to the GPz family, between the 550 and the 1100 (a couple of years later, the 900 would also be released).
The styling was right in line with the rest of the GPz series. Basic specifications included approximately 80 horsepower and a curb weight of just over 500 pounds – 50 pounds lighter than the 75 horsepower Honda CB750F. For more on the ’82 GPz, check out this article from Motorcycle Classics. They call it “the last — and probably the best — of Kawasaki’s air-cooled 750s.”
This example has 12,223 miles and it’s being offered by the 4th owner, who says the bike is about 95% original. It’s been in storage for the last few months but the seller includes a startup video and says that the car was recently rebuilt and a new clutch was installed:
Find this GPZ for sale in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin for $2,095 here on Craigslist.
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