1972 Kawasaki 750 H2, restored,matching number,so the crank out was sending to Porsche Dave in California and had it split, checked and new seals put in it. The gauges went to Don Fulsang and he made them look like new again by replacing the faces, cleaning and calibrating them. The body work went to LRC in CT and the decals and frame stickers came from Rick Brett. The motor had had new rings put in just before and honed the stock bore cylinders and put them back together with new gaskets. polished the side cases and glass beaded the main cases. Carbs were ultrasonically cleaned and new jets were installed. A replacement ignition stator was bought and installed. The exhaust is a brand new Doremi system from Japan, the stock system was OK, but this looks so much better. The frame was blasted, primed and painted with an 85% gloss back. All the paint colors came from the paint charts on the Triple website, the flat the gloss and the semi-gloss. New All Balls head bearings and bronze swing arm bushings installed. All the chrome was cleaned and polished. The rims still have some spots on them from pitting, and the spokes are not as shinny as new. The blinkers are OK along with the handle bars. New tires, bands and tubes. New chain and sprockets. dropped one tooth on the counter shaft sprocket to make the bike a little easier to ride slow, the other sprocket comes with the bike. The tool kit is missing some of the tools and a new bag and strap were bought. The chain oilier is there with new lines, I never filled it they were always so messy. The seat is original, I only repainted the pan. The bike runs good and I have about 60 miles on it since the rebuild.