Details about 1976 Kawasaki KX400 KX 400 KX-400 VMXSee original listing
28 Jun, 2013 03:05:45 AEST
Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
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|For sale by:||Private seller||Colour:||Green|
|Kilometres:||100||Start Type:||Kick start|
|Engine Capacity (cc):||400||Drive Type:||Chain|
|Type:||Motorcross (Off-Road)||Number of Previous Owners:||1|
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This 1976 KX400 is Ready to be added to your collection!
The 1976 Kawaski KX400 is the ultimate VMX weapon for vintage racing!
This bike runs and shifts without any problems. It is a recent "barn find" litterally ridden a few times and parked for 37yrs. This time capsule is 99%original, only the chain has been replaced. This is a museum quality bike! Extremely rare in this condition!!!
The bike was never raced, it was trail ridden a few times and parked. Being stored, it does have a few minor imperfections: There is some overspray on the seat, some very small rust pits on the forks above the triple clamps. The tank was rusty but has been sealed and coated. The silencer is missing. The Plastics look good, the seat has no tears or cracks.
Overall this is a very very nice bike!
I've described the bike to the best of my ability, if something slips by it was not intentional, I don't check spokes or wheel bearings/swingarm bearings on the bikes I sell. I describe the obvious things I see, so understand that you are purchasing a 30+ year bike and some items may need attention above and beyond what I have noted. Also, I'm not responsible for any leaking fork seals... The bike has to be tied down during its 10,000 mile journey and sometimes it arrives with leaking seals.
The price for shipping is included in the auction price. Whats not included in the price are any customs/import fees that your country may impose. Australia requires an import permit before the bike can arrive in country, this cost $50.
Shipping can take as long as 60 days. The exporter has to wait until they have enough freight to fill a container, so be patient.
Once I deliver the bike to the shipper, all questions regarding shipping are to be directed to the shipper.
I have lots of experience shipping overseas and numerous satisfied customers refer to my feedback for references. PLEASE ASK ANY QUESTION BEFORE BIDDING