>  1980 Kawasaki 440LTD for Sale SOLD
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>  Hi, and thanks for looking. I really feel bad that this bike is going to sit in my shed all summer if I don't sell it, so, I want to sell it. Here is some info about my bike:

>  Its a red 1980 Kawasaki 440LTD, with about 16,700 miles on it. I have had it for 2 years, and put about 2000 miles on it in that time. It is pretty clean, although it has some rust on the forks and handlebars, although not much. I have only started the bike up twice since last fall and it started up fine both times. As far as work on it, I know that it could use new mufflers as the previous owner drilled small holes in the back of them, presumably to make it louder. Also, it leaks air between the right muffler and exhaust pipe. It could probably also use a new chain and sprokets as I have never changed them since I owned it. I do have sprokets that I can give you though. I had new tires put on and they are still in great shape. The breaks are good. I had to put a new (rebuilt) starter on it last year. I replaced the oil pressure guage and petcock as that was leaking when I first got it. It has crash bars, and a rack in the back (which is rusted but very functional). I also put a brand new, nice looking seat on it about a year ago.

>  This was my first bike, and I got good use out of it, but I have recently gotten a car, and as I live in Jersey City, I really don't drive (car or motorcylce) that often, so I know that I won't be using the bike enough this year invest much time or money in it and I dont wanna see it sit around and die.

>  I think this would be a great bike for someone, but it will require someone that is willing to put some work into it--like any older bike. This bike has decent amount of power, although not great for long trips at 80 MPH. It is a very controllable and manuverable bike, great for the city. If anyone is interested, please make me an offer, or lets set up a time for you to look at it. I am asking $800, as that is what I paid for it, but I will take the best offer I get.

>  Again, I live in Jersey City, right near the Holland Tunnel into New York.

>  You can email me at bike "at" spacebarcowboy.com

>  Thanks for your interest,
>  John

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