very cool and informative article.I would love to hear and see more of the kawasaki avenger line that spawned the huge two strokes to go to three cylinders.I never or very seldom see the 350-1969 avenger offered up for sale.I remember something about the tank being yellow and white and that was an exclusive and different tank where as the other models were all interchangeable.I would hope a little talk about them might trigger a couple barn doors to open and pull a couple survivors out. The vintage bike craze and the huge popularity of the beautifull restorations being performed by many a handy guy out there has spawned a new industry at several levels.Shippers are busy and back to work.People are selling what they thought was junk as big dollar parts on ebay and other sites.People are able to buy a beat up bike and work their talent and maybey earn a living one bike at a time.Keep up the great articles .They are greatly appreciated and respected!
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