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National Motorcycle Museum

Lot 102

1982 Kawasaki KH250 B4
No Reserve

Sold for £8,050

(including buyers premium)

Lot details

Registration No: BHP 608Y
Frame No: KH250 8027282
Engine No: S1E056932
MOT: None

  • Part of a large private collection of Japanese classics
  • 250cc version of the legendary Kawasaki two-stroke triple range
  • Stored for a number of years, will need recommissioning
  • Authentic restoration keeping a good degree of originality
  • Chrome three-into-three 'KHI250SIC' marked exhaust system
  • Supplied with numerous old MOTs, receipts and a current V5C

Kawasaki Heavy Industries is one of the largest corporations in Japan producing a wide range of products from rolling stock to ships. After taking over the ailing Meguro Motorcycle Company they began manufacturing motorcycles under the Kawasaki name in the early sixties, initially continuing development of K1 BSA A10 copy but soon moving on to build a reputation for high performance 2 stroke twins and triples. The 250 was the smallest capacity of the triple range giving learners the chance to experience the thrill of its bigger brothers.

Part of a large private collection this KH250B4 has been stored in a heated garage for a number of years. It has undergone an excellent authentic restoration keeping many of its original features including the 'KHI250SIC' marked exhaust system. The engine turns over with compression and the gears select but the bike has been stood for a number of years so it will need some recommissioning before use. Supplied with numerous old MOTs, receipts and a current V5C

For more information, please contact:
Ian Cunningham


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