1986 FZ 750 Left Side panel

Moderators: Site Director, FZR Forum Moderators

Forum rules
Sellers: Your "For Sale" ad may be pulled if you do NOT have your location in your profile. New members with less than 10 posts should give adequate information concerning themselves and why they are selling.

Members: Please use your best judgement when buying from others online, whether it be from someone here or Craigslist or eBay. Use a service to pay, like PayPal, never send cash, checks or other payment. If possible, refrain from giving out too much of your personal information. We do not limit new users from selling as we want our members to be able to get first dibs. It can be risky buying from anyone. Use common sense. If it doesn't feel right - don't do it. If possible, buy from a reputable member.

Please Note: Neither FZROnline.com, nor those financially responsible for the domain, nor any of the community members, will be held responsible for any transaction in anyway being it financially or otherwise.

Image

While not required to sell your items, if you feel compelled to do so, you may make a donation to this site via PayPal to donation@fzronline.com, to help keep this forum active.
Mikie'sFZ750
Site Newbie
Posts: 5
Joined: Sat Aug 20, 2016 1:31 pm
Location: Chicago North Suburbs

1986 FZ 750 Left Side panel

Postby Mikie'sFZ750 » Sat Sep 17, 2016 2:08 pm

I have a large number of 1985 & 1986 Yamaha FZ 750 Parts. I will post some here. I have many of them on E-Bay as well. I will sell the parts direct from this site cheaper than the E-Bay listing. I have a 100% rating on E-Bay. Click on the link below and then on the item page click see other items below the "SELLER INFORMATION"

My name on E-Bay is taylorowner855 If you play guitar you will know what my other bad habit is. lol

This is a Yamaha FZ 750 side panel. It is for the 1986 model year. The panel is factory correct including the exterior decals and the three information stickers on the interior of the side panel.

The panel is in very good condition. I rate it 70% Plus. It will pass the 10 foot rule. i.e. they look great at 8 to 10 feet. All the circle tabs are intact (not broken or cracked). The tiny tabs on the left side rear where the tail light fairing meets the side panel are intact. The mounting nipples are not damaged or cracked.

I have enhanced the photos to better show any defects. Most are surface scratches. A clean up and re-spray of clear coat will fix most of them. This panel would work well on a daily rider.

If you have any questions contact me. mdunn@mc.net
I am located in the Chicago north suburbs.

Here is the E-Bay listing. http://www.ebay.com/itm/331967344610?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649

I also have a pair of 1986 FZ 750 left and right panels that I rate as 90+%. Excellent but not concourse. Check them out. Here is the listing for the pair. http://www.ebay.com/itm/331967344610?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649

I have a substantial offering of Yamaha FZ750 parts listed on E-Bay. In the coming weeks I will be offering a large array of Yamaha FZ 750 parts. Most are from 1985 & 1986 motorcycles. Some of the parts will work on later FZ models. I have a limited supply of NOS parts as well. I have numerous pieces of body work for both 1985 & 1986. I have several fuel tanks both 85 & 86. Radiators, fairing stays, tail lights, fenders, frames, seats etc.

I have a complete 1986 FZ 750 with 203 miles on it. I may sell it. It is all there. It has body damage from a long slide. I have all new NOS parts for the repair. I have not made a decision on selling it yet.

This is the bike that started it all. It is a low serial number 85 FZ I saw the FZ at the February 1985 Motorcycle show in Chicago. I talked to my local dealer and he had two ordered. Each dealer could only order two. They were keeping one to race. I told him that the second one was sold. On Monday I left a deposit and waited a month or more for the delivery.

It is essentially stock with the exception of after market mufflers and a Corbin seat. I do have a new set of correct mufflers for it. The AMA invited me to bring the bike to Vintage motorcycle days at Mid-Ohio. It was part of the AMA exhibit of the most influential motorcycles each year dating back to 1924 (I think) from the founding of the AMA.

Image

Return to “Items for Sale”

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 3 guests