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Kawasaki KZ750 KZ 750 H #1070 Electric Horn

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Kawasaki KZ750 KZ 750 H #1070 Electric Horn

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The item for sale is the 1980 Kawasaki KZ 750 H - Electric Horn. It has been tested and functions fine. Please note someone painted it yellow and the yellow is coming off, please see photos.
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