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  1. Lizzy

    Lizzy New Member

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    This is a picture of my new zl400, her name is Daisy Qwacker
     

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  2. 87kawzl

    87kawzl Supporting Member

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    Daisy Quacker looks sharp!
    How many km are on the clock?
     
  3. R. J.

    R. J. Supporting Member

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    :hello: Nice? :notworthy:. Very well preserved. How many bills did it bring ya.
     
  4. Lizzy

    Lizzy New Member

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    25,000 kilometres on the clock
     
  5. 87kawzl

    87kawzl Supporting Member

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    That's low mileage, is that a factory paint scheme? I know some of the 600's came with flames. The scallops look good on it.
     
  6. Lizzy

    Lizzy New Member

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    Hi 87kawzl
    Yes it’s factory original paint colour
     
  7. Trojan441

    Trojan441 Well-Known Member

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    Is it a Japanese "Home Market" bike like mine?
     
  8. Lizzy

    Lizzy New Member

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    Yes it is
     
  9. Trojan441

    Trojan441 Well-Known Member

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    So U should have Hazard lights used them quite a few times i may add! A headlight flasher but no Headlamp pilot light, (annoying), only a high/Low beam fixture n' Japanese writing on the under-seat instructions n' Brake master cylinder!


    They reckon the cream of the engines produced stayed in the Home Market arena! The manufacturer's through pride didn't want "iffy" bikes riding round the Home country and bringing shame on the parent country!


    Cheers


    john H
     

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