Kawasaki 750 Mach IV
An excellent example of Kawasaki’s iconic “widowmaker” 750 triple; the Mach IV. A UK H2B model first registered in August 1974, in remarkable mostly original condition with all the genuine parts you look for on these sought-after machines. Paperwork on file confirms new crank, seals and pistons were the basis of a complete engine rebuild in 2009 just 2,000 miles ago. At the same time the frame had some paint and it appears the side panels and tail piece were re-painted, leaving the tank in it’s original metalflake candy gold glory. Original exhausts and wheel rims are so good they must have had chrome but the markings are as sharp and clear as new so if they have been done they have needed little or no polishing; very unusual; very nice. The engine sounds as good as a well rebuilt triple should and it starts first prod every time. All those quirky Kawasaki triple characters are there; the hold-on choke on the handlebar and the all-gears-up gearbox with neutral at the bottom. Period charm in abundance and all the two-stroke triple performance you ever dreamed of is here.