Kawasaki introduced its first GPz750 in 1982. Essentially the new GPz was a 738cc Z750 with a handlebar-mounted bikini fairing, a striking red paint scheme with matching wheels, and almost everything that was chromed or polished alloy on the Z750 was black on the GPz. With 78hp the GPz also had more power.
The following year saw a completely restyled GPz750 with Uni-trak rear suspension, three-spoke wheels, a swoopy tank and seat, and a more efficient frame-mounted half fairing. The tubular handlebar was replaced by cast alloy clip-ons and power was increased to 87hp. With a 12-second quarter mile time and a 136mph top speed, it was as fast a 750 as money could buy in ’83.
This GPz750 was first registered on 6th July ’83 and it remains in good unrestored condition. It comes to sale with its Italian papers, FMI certification and the original owners manual.