Welcome to StreetDreamsTexas as we celebrate our 22nd year in the
classic and muscle car business. Here's something a little lighter
than our standard fare. Literally! This pristine 2000 Kawasaki
W650, just in from one of our more fastidious collectors, is a
beautiful tribute to the legendary Triumph Bonneville motorcycles
of the 1960's and '70's. These uncommon bikes, sold in North
America for only 2 years (2000-2001), offer the classic styling of
the older Bonnevilles with modern features like an overhead cam,
4-valves per cylinder, electric start, a balance shaft, front disc
brake, and superior electronics (that's an understatement; remember
Lucas electrics?!). This jewel is a relatively light (430 lbs.
dry), nimble, and terrific-sounding bike that boasts a record for
reliability that would make a Triumph mechanic weep. It will be
difficult, however, not to put this immaculate example into a
collection. This beauty is slick from front to back, top to bottom,
with excellent paint, chrome, and detailing. If the styling of a
classic Triumph appeals to you and you don't relish the thought of
hiring a full-time mechanic, this is your bike! Street Dreams
(830-997-1950) is a full service dealership that can assist with
worldwide delivery, insurance, and financing options.
2000 Kawasaki W650
Exterior Color:Silver and Blue
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