In some ways the introduction of the Z-1 Classic was as a significant bike as their first Z-1 in 1972. This was the first production motorcycle to be fuel injected. Kawasaki reached out to Bosch and incorporated one of their electronic fuel-injection systems. Kawasaki was already seeing the handwriting on the wall about clean air and fuel efficiency. Also, some of the carburetion glitches that the fours had now disappeared. The flashy tank made it stand out in the crowd! There has been mild crazing of the chrome on the alternator cover. It has been fitted with accessory crash bars. 1,795 miles indicated on the odometer.