Kawasaki Z900 1973 Brown and Orange 1:18
Presented by Kawasaki in 1972, this was the motorcycle that was to compete with the Honda’s CB750 Four released a few years earlier. Similarly to the latter, the Kawasaki Z900 (Z1) had a four-cylinder, four-stroke engine. It is thought to be the first mass production motorcycle corrying the double overhead camshaft (DOHC) technology. The Z900 bike kickstarts the Japanese manufacturer's Z range. Power rated at 82hp, the bike could reach speeds of up to 206km/h !
Our model is painted in Candy Brown and Orange. The engine, in a transversal position into the frame, shows us plenty of detailes along with the four chromed exhaust pipes coming out of it.