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Something followed me home today:





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Are we looking at an M model.
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Sorry vin tag photo posted as I was responding
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Another toy

Not an M. But it'll keep my M company.



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It's been sitting since the summer of 2009



19,724 miles





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Looks good from sitting for so long
Does it look as good in person?
Why did owner finally decide to sell it?

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Looks good from sitting for so long

Does it look as good in person?

Why did owner finally decide to sell it?


Thanks. It does look really good. The bodywork is scratched a little but is solid. No cracks or gouges. The previous owner's son is old enough to street ride now and wanted to start out on this bike. His dad thought better of it and sold it to me.


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Very nice!

Seems like most of the ZX7s are in the midwest or East Coast. In SoCal there either a $2K pos or nice and asking $20K ....

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Very nice!



Seems like most of the ZX7s are in the midwest or East Coast. In SoCal there either a $2K pos or nice and asking $20K ....


Thanks. I got lucky. Right place at the right time.


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Congrats........it will look great in your stable!!!
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Nice stray to follow u home. Lol

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The 93-95 ZX7s were my favorite years of all ZX7s. I never liked the dual ram air inlet of the 96+ models.

I bought a brand new 93 model in early October 1992, for my 93 Race bike. I got the first one sold in Georgia. Even got to do some late season testing with it before the 92 season was over, and thus the float bowl mod was born.

That was a GREAT bike.

Hope you get lots of enjoyment out of yours.
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Never too many in the stable. Love it!
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That's hilarious. And pretty much true.


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