Originally Posted by Mark Manley
Good luck with the GS, I hope it is a good 'un.
We have a ripple. Seems the VIN number says the bike is a PD. Seeing as its now dressed in the full Bumblebee, it's obviously been messed with.
Did they ever make a bumblebee PD?
A BMW service tech shows the VIN number is associated with a driveshaft replacement at 35k, then the trail goes cold.
Also the word is that through the late 80s onward the frame and engine number on R100s were not matched -- that sound right??
I was thinking ~$4k for a ~14k mile bike was a good deal but now not so sure what I've got here. At least the drivesahft was replaced...at some point. Past that it's a question mark.
What says the ADV forensics squad?
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