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It appears to be a K750. KMZ randomized serial numbers so captured motorcycle serial numbers including those on transmissions, engines, and frames, would not reveal any information like types of motorcycles produced and the number of motorcycles manufactured. Originally KMZ products were limited to domestic and approved foreign military sales. They continued that practice despite asking for and receiving permission to sell to civilian's and to countries that allowed import or Russian motorcycles and motor vehicles. That means those serial numbers you provided contain no useful information. Canada was one of those countries that allowed importation and sales of Russian Vehicles and Motorcycles. The USA did not allow importation of Russian vehicles and Motorcycles until 1992 after the collapse of the Soviet Union. As a result KMZ and IMZ motorcycles located in Canada started finding their way into the USA so we could register and legally operate them on our roads and highways.

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