*Apologies in advance for my run on sentences hahah So after a couple weeks of rigorous hunting I finally found one! A 2001 VFR with 21k on the clock. Previous Owner was an elderly gentleman who took good care of the bike it seems. Before selling the bike he changed the oil, spark plugs, bled the brakes and replaced the front rotors and a set of Michelin Road 5s that were installed last year but have less than 1k on them. Came with a Givi monolock topcase and a Sergeant seat already installed, smoked windscreen and a GPR slip on exhaust. I inspected the brake fluid in the master cylinders (The look on his face when I whipped out a JIS driver out of my back pocket was priceless) It appears to look practically brand new with no sludge or goop present, didn't check the plugs but the guy seemed honest enough, this was his 3rd VFR and he REALLY didn't want to sell it but he needed money for medical bills so it had to go. The test ride: WOW I immediately fell in love, super comfy and the power was on tap and SMOOTH. Shifting gears was a treat and the shift from 1st to 2nd a far cry from my clunky CBR. I will miss the speed of the 600RR but man I feel like I could really do the miles! (which is the whole reason I chose the VFR) I promptly paid the man our agreed price of 2400, loaded her up and was off! I honestly feel like I got a pretty great deal and can't wait to rack up the seat time! PO also included a NIB air filter, front and rear sprocket and chain kit and the original seat, grab bars and a Haynes service Manual My only planned mods are Knights Design lowered pegs, a set of Helibars (If anyone is selling a pair hit me up!!) heated grips and a smoked Zero Gravity double bubble. Gonna take the fairings off and go over the internals a bit but it was honestly one of the smoothest running bikes I've ever thrown a leg over. I have the first week of Nov off and plan on taking a trip to the Cherohala skyway if it's not too cold. I'm more than excited to be back on two after my accident and to be the owner of a 5th gen VFR. Will upload a few more photos when the sun comes up!