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This weekend I found my old 70's model alum frame Kawasaki still in storage under my mother's house. Covered in dust with rotted tires, but good shape. My brother and I had identical bikes, and both are in storage. So like you I am looking for information...I had no idea they might be valuable. Does anyone know the best place to market a bike like this?
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RE:RE:AGE / VALUE: kawasaki bmx bicycle posted by Jeff Krause on 3/24/2009 at 7:33:11 PM
RE: Kawasaki BMX (1974/1975)
I had one of the prototype Kawi BMX bikes made in 1973'74.
My particular unit had a green-painted STEEL frame because
the factory was still figuring out how to weld the
aluminum frames. (They had a rep for breaking when
the pros first tried them).
My dad was managing Kawasaki's accessory division
in California where this first Kawi BMX bike was developed.
Obviously with the full hydraulic telescopic-fork and dual
rear shocks the bike was HEAVY but back then alot of the
BMX courses were rather decisively downhill :)
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