TL;DR version: Asking $3800 - No title, Bill of Sale only. Great bike, lots of spares, needs a good home. Rest of the story: This is the bike I bought to begin my WERA career on and I've owned it since June, 2006. Unfortunately it has become blindingly obvious that I'm not going to ride it anymore and it's time to let it go. It has mostly been sitting in my garage since around 2010, the last time I rode it (and crashed it) at Nashville Superspeedway. I have taken it out for brief rides on the street since that time but certainly not often enough and always out of a sense of guilt for it sitting there languishing unloved. It starts and runs fine, but I haven't put new tires on it since 2010, so there's that. I've changed the oil twice in that time, so the oil that is in it now is about 4 years old and probably has only about 50 miles on it, the last 20 or so of which was the last ride I took on it in November of 2019. I do start the engine about once a month and let it get up to full operating temp, and that's about it. I drained all of the gas out of it two years ago and put fresh back in with stabilizer. There's regular coolant in the radiator but it hasn't been changed out since 2010. As mentioned up top, the bike comes only with a Bill of Sale, not a clear title. It was salvaged by Moto Connection of Opa Locka, Florida in 2004. My understanding is that the bike was stolen and the original owner received an insurance settlement which ruined the title. The bike was later recovered by the insurance company and sold to this outfit. From what I can tell Moto Connection is still doing business in the Miami area. Moto Connection then relieved the bike of all street equipment, indiscriminately cutting wire looms for street lights, horn, etc. They hotwired it into a keyless ignition requiring only the "kill switch" to be on for it to start. They removed the fans and turned it into a track bike, but left the original dashboard in place. It has an aftermarket gear position indicator, but I don't know who put it there. I have a complete chain of Bills of Sale from that point until I purchased it in 2006, so the bike is traceable. As far as I know the bike is still capable of pulling stumps and accelerating with angry torque until the hard rev limiter kicks in at 10K. I have no interest in selling this bike to you unless we're both sure you're going to be happy with it. I'd rather keep it until I croak to be honest, but as my longsuffering wife keeps reminding me, I don't ride it and someone else might be able to get a lot of fun out of it. And it is taking up its fair share of garage space. I mentioned that I've ridden it a few times on the street, which obviously begs a question or two. Obviously this is not my only bike, so finding a nearby tag to put on it for a quick ride isn't a problem. I spent a fair amount of time and money on eBay purchasing street plastic and lights for this bike thinking one day I would go through the "Vermont" thing and get a title for it. It hasn't happened mostly because of lack of enthusiasm on my part. Fixing it back up was a lot of fun. Going through the rest of the BS wasn't so appealing. The point is the bike is now dressed mostly like it would be if it were a street bike including original RC51 headlights, tail / brake lights, etc., (but no turn signals). I have 3 gas tanks for it and as far as I know they are all intact although one of them has a bad case of ugly from being rolled in the gravel traps Barber, Road Atlanta and Nashville. I have what's left of several sets of bodywork that have been on the bike at one time or other and you're welcome to take all of that with you. I have the original exhaust as well, I installed a 2 into 1 exhaust on it, which is what's on there now. The bike has a GPR damper mount on it but I have the GPR damper on my SV650 right now. I'll be glad to answer other questions and/or provide more pictures if desired. The two images I'm including aren't much, but they are the bike in question. This is what it looked like the last time I rode it on the track. This was in September, 2010 at Nashville SuperSpeedway And this is what it looks like now.