Every Czech who suffered from socialism and the years immediately after its fall in 1989 knows Z motorcycles.
But although motorcycles of this brand were widespread in our country, the idea of finding a forgotten specimen somewhere today in the case of a new machine seems to be from the world of dreams. However, this has happened quite recently. Not with us.
The ezeta has never been found in the USA and is specifically a non-specific racing machine (for example, you can help us figure out the type) from 1972 or 1973. In addition to the discovery and its location, it is also remarkable. That the motorcycle was still stored in the carrier, and it was never unloaded.
It is simply in the case that the manufacturer apparently sent it to the US and arrived in New York harbor. In addition to the box itself, we can also note the protective elements. The motorcycle was also sent a little disassembled, and the new owner was supposed to assemble it together.
Unfortunately, we don’t know why that didn’t happen in the end. An interesting discovery came to us only thanks to the planned discovery auctionTo be held in Las Vegas. The motorcycle will be auctioned if found and also includes original documents confirming that the machine was transported to New York from Strakonice, from the eská zbrojovka plant.
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