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Is a 1971 Kawasaki 350 big horn in real good shape worth anything.
 

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As that was Kawasaki's version of the Yamaha DT350 I would assume it should be worth something. It all really depends on your market. Here in Colorado a good DT1 (250, can't find anything on the 350's anymore) is still worth about a grand. Can you still get parts for them? That might make a difference on price.

There is a 73 on Flea-Bay right now asking $1499 but no bids. :roll: I think he is a little proud of it.

I would honestly thing you should be able to get somewhere between $900 to $1200 for it.

Best of Luck.

Marc
 

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You can go to www.vjmc.org and do some looking around. There are people there you can contact for more info. One of the Gentlemen mentioned on the homepage will be Jim Townsend. I know him personally and he seems to be up on it pretty good.

My experience with vintage Japanese bikes is this: How much it is worth depends on how bad someone wants what you got...

If you can find two guys who want the Big Horn 350 and the price just went up...

Ross
 

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lomax said:
As that was Kawasaki's version of the Yamaha DT350 I would assume it should be worth something. It all really depends on your market. Here in Colorado a good DT1 (250, can't find anything on the 350's anymore) is still worth about a grand. Can you still get parts for them? That might make a difference on price.

There is a 73 on Flea-Bay right now asking $1499 but no bids. :roll: I think he is a little proud of it.

I would honestly thing you should be able to get somewhere between $900 to $1200 for it.

Best of Luck.

Marc
For whatever it is worth, (less than $.02), the Yamaha was a 360 not a 350.
 

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Got a picture, Might be interested. The AMA Motorcycle Heritege Foundation will take it as a donation, and you can use it as a Tax Deduction.
 
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