Kawasaki Aircraft initially manufactured motorcycles under the Meguro Works name, but later formed Kawasaki
Motor Sales. Some motorcycles display an emblem with "Kawasaki Aircraft" on the fuel tank.

Kawasaki and Meguro merged to form Kawasaki Motorcycle Co.,Ltd. Kawasaki motorcycles from 1962 through 1967
used an emblem which can be described as a flag within a wing. Work continued on the Meguro K1, a copying of the
BSA A7 500cc vertical twin and on the Kawasaki W1.  By the mid-1960s, Kawasaki was finally importing a moderate
number of motorcycles to the US. The Kawasaki H1 Mach III in 1968 along with several enduro-styled motorcycles to
compete with Yamaha, Suzuki and Honda increased sales of
Kawasaki units.
How it rolled in. Dirty, not
running and what was with
that windshield??!!

In the Werks... First order of business... new
Joerg's loved Kawasaki's for a while now, the picture below is just
like the Kawi Joerg had in Germany many years ago...
Below: The Bike is finished, new
windshield and lower fairing, cleaned up,
and got it running like a top!
The 1986 GPZ 550
Dirty, dusty but all there... and after breaking off a
petrified air filter box, Joerg got it going....
1979 SR 650
Got it running, took off ugly pipes,
fenders, handlebars, filter box... and the
clean up has started, painted frame,
front end is next to get a good cleaning.
Off the truck and stripped down before I
could get a "before" picture!!
A real nice looking street bike!
Needs a good home!
<-- Coming along, new air filters,
seat, and a center stand, it's
cleaned up and looking better.
New pipes and tank are next...

Looks a bit better then when she
arrived below...VV
"Bob's Bike" another donation, lots of work...
KZ 750 1978
KZ 650 1978
Another one on the go...