Here’s a final-year (and very low mileage) example of Kawasaki’s ZX-11, a bike that enjoyed a lengthy production run (from 1990-2001). When it was introduced, it was the fastest production motorcycle in the world, and it kept that title until 1996 when it was beat by the Honda Blackbird.
The seller of this example calls it collector quality, noting that it’s “one of the lowest mileage ZX-11s on the planet” and that it was on display at a Kawi dealership for 14 years before it was sold new. It has a Corbin seat and Zero Gravity windshield, thankfully both the stock seat and screen are included.
Find this ZX-11 for sale in Litchfield, New Hampshire for $9,999 here on Craigslist.
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