Here’s a last year 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.
This example (VIN: JKAZXBD111B512920) has roughly 7,500 miles and it’s one of the nicest survivors I’ve seen. The seller calls it “arguably museum quality,” noting that everythign works. He adds that it’s “not perfect (bt it’s close!) and the sale includes two keys, the owner’s manual, service manual, and tool kit. There’s a scratch on the left sid eo the tank and a scuff ont he lower fairing, and he includes photos of both in the listing. This bike won 1st place at the 2019 AMA Hall of Fame and Museum Ride-In Bike Show. Additional photos are available here, and you’ll find a cold start/walkaround video below:
Find this ZX-11 for sale in Lewis Center, Ohio with a BIN of $10,000 or best offer here on eBay.