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  • Kawasaki GPZ 1100

    Kawasaki GPZ 1100

    The ancestor, the Kawasaki Z1 (900 c), the engine that technically knocked the Honda CB750 ohc off the throne, came from 1972. The four-cylinder with double overhead camshafts produced 81 hp and was already a classic at the beginning of the nineties. Up to 1100 cc But until the years More

  • Honda CB 750 Hondamatic

    Honda CB 750 Hondamatic: Rare

    Of the more than 8000 copies of this (semi) automatic that were produced in 1976, 1977 and 1978, no motorcycles have officially come to the Netherlands. Later on there have been some gray imports. Not suitable for Europe The European market was not seen as suitable for a 'slow' heavy motorcycle with automatic transmission. But More

  • Japanese classics

    Japanese classics: A show!

    Japanese classics have since become 'main stream'. That is because there are now a lot of people who have their reference/nostalgia frame around 1960-1970. And certainly if it's towards the mid-seventies – also 40+ years ago – then Japanese memories play a more important role than names like Ariel, More

  • collection, classic Japanese engines


    Michael Buttinger of sold his collection of Japanese classics via Bonham More