How Many 2007 RWB Were Made?

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  1. stewartj239

    stewartj239 Member

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    Welcome sturgedm, soloii-74 and Elvisuperman. It's great to see that this bike still has a following. When the 6th Gen came out in 2002, I was on the fence about getting one, but as soon as the RWB color scheme came out, I put one on order. This is now my 6th season with it and it is a rock solid machine. It is a keeper.
     
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    2007 Anniversary VFR800A #201 checking in, bought it in February after years of wanting one and always settling for less.
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    Sweet ride congrats!!
     
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    I dont know the number on mine but I got one with the bags, just like the one RW posted on the first page of this thread except I dont have the tail bag. 8400 miles. Love riding it.
     
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    Is the BMW in the background yours too?? Looks like an E46...

    I don't have an '07 RWB, but that is merely a matter of time. Ever since I picked up the '86 RWB, I knew I HAD to have the Anniversary Edition someday!
     
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    Welcome to VFR World..... By the way, the number is the last part of the VIN - on the tag on the frame on Left side of the bike - should also be on your title..
     
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    #196 would like to know more about production numbers of this bike. Anyone confirm the total number made with this paint scheme? I think somewhere in this post it was stated 2500.
     
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    Yeah, you 're right. Original is always different from mods.
    Mine is Candy Red 2007. I have painted to RWB anyway. So I can make sure that the qty of RWB re-painted like mine is much less than orginal painted RWB.. hehehe...
    :potstir:
     
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    Don't do it! Candy Dark Red may be the rarest color of all. I think painting it would lower the value, not that I EVER plan to sell mine. There is more to value than selling price!

    -VFRGeek
     
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    They told us the same BS about the White & Black. When I got mine they only had the 2 models (the Red & the Silver) on the Australian Honda website. Now they have added the B&W.
    Limited Edition (Limited to the amount they sell). If it had a plaque like the Guzzi V750 cafe racer, I'd be more inclined to go with the 'limited' theory.
     
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    Well... why don't u tell me before I got it done.. hehe.
    Don't worry, Candy Red or RWB they both the only one in Vietnam now... :boobies4:

    [​IMG]
     
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    VietHorse, that looks really good. Obviously haven't seen it up close, but I sure can't tell the difference between that and an OEM RWB from that picture

    And now there are X number of Honda made RWBs +1
     
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    Sorry guys if my post making the thread turns other way round a bit .

    Here is what I got originally:
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    Wanted something new...!!??

    Here 's how we do sketching after completing the first paint layer:
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    And here is final product:
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    I agree with Terc that most people would never notice that it wasn't RWB from the factory. I think it came out great. Now you just need to powdercoat those rims white to make it complete!
     
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    Though of doing that while opened up the fairing for painting. And powder coating for rims is very cheap here (abt $50-80 for both rim) However, the frame is silver as well. So I think I will leave the rim as they are for now.
     
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    I have 217 (Hard Candy Red)-USA
     
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    Picking up serial number 90028 this weekend.
     
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    Nomber 900118.
     
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    I picked mine up “pre-taken-care-of” in May 2011, and it proudly boasts vin# 343. What a birthday gift!
     
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    If it's the last three digits I have 003 my lucky number! If not, then I have 1003 dammmmm... Now, is 2,500 World Wide or just in The States? I'd have to agree...probably more like 2,500 at least.
     
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