Early ‘95 RC36

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  1. LauraM

    LauraM New Member

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    I’m a long time member, but have rarely posted. But, I’ve owned this bike since July 4, 1996, and have never known much of its previous history. I assume that with this low VIN and build date of 7/94, it was one of the first off the line that year, correct? [​IMG]


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    Yeah... thats what it looks like.
     
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    This is a low serial number,
    You sir are the proud owner of VFR750 #10 built for the US market that year
    Many years ago I found a smashed 1990 vfr750 and by the serial number it was #1 for the Canadian market, of course a couple of weeks later I went to try and buy it but it was sold for parts
    Never forgot how pissed I was at myself for delaying
     
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    no bonus for low #; higher # might have some slight improvements.
     
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    I missed a 95 when I found one on a rainy Friday night during rush hour about an hour away, I was SOL because my wife had my car that had the trailor hitch. Next day I bought a hitch and installed it on my truck. I never ended up using it as when I found a Gen3 bike, my old car (wife and I traded) was available and I got my second Gen3 bike. Gawd that was a mouthful. :loco: Peace
     
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