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I am selling a very pristine 1981 Kawasaki - KDX 250 - B1 in near new condition, with 390 actual miles. I bought this bike from the original owner when it was a couple of years old with less than 100 miles. It has all original parts, except the petcock. It has never been apart or raced. Right now it has a number plate and bark-busters on the handle bars, because I rode a short enduro with my son and just never switched it back. I have the original headlight assembly. All plastic is original, but I did have some of the parts urethaned by a body shop because they were starting to fade a little, rear fender and side panels. I buffed the front fender, as you can see it is a perfect match. The only drawback is that it needs a decent tank, the original was gas stained. I let a guy bead blast it and he really chopped it up. The one in the picture has some filler and urethaned and it looks really nice, but I don't like it. I have bought two other tanks, and I am not happy with them. You can have these tanks, also. I would still like to have an clean original one, no filler no urethane. I rode it to the corner and back, today! It sounds great. I don't use ethanol! There just isn't any wear and tear on this bike! I will answer any questions you may have and provide more pictures, if needed. It is an antique and I am dropping the buy-it-now price from $5000 to $4500, and will consider reasonable offers. This will be a local pickup only, in Tulsa Ok. My preference is cash at pickup. Any other form of payment will have to be pre-paid and cleared before pickup. By the way, I am more than twice the age of this bike, but I still love it. My brother--in-law is a Hot Shot driver and said that he would deliver it anywhere between here in Tulsa and Phoenix for a $200-$250. In the next week or so. Below I have added pics of the three tanks that I have. The one on the left has a little filler and has been urethaned and it really looks nice. I just don't know if it will stay. It's the one that you see in the bike photos minus the decals. I have a new set of decals that will come with bike. The one in the middle is a good tank, but it has a bluish stain look I can't get out. The one on the right was said to be no leaks, but it does leak around one of the screw holes. You get all three. If I was happy with one of these I would fine sand and buff it to a nice finish just like the front fender. Maybe I'm a little picky, you think? Well that's just the way I am about most things. Anyway I am 73 and it's just time to let go, maybe my '67 goat will be next.
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