So I made the questionable decision to buy a BMW and so Reuben the Hurricane, a 1987 CBR1000F has to go to make room. I bought the bike about three years ago, it had belonged to an old bloke who couldn't manage it any more, and kept tipping over when he stopped. It had been off the road for a couple of years. Accordingly I repaired and repainted the fairing. At the same time I went through everything-cleaned and rebuilt the carbies, new seals in the front brakes, rebuilt front brake master cylinder, new chain and sprockets, new wheel bearings, new brake pads all round, new Michelin Pilot Activ tyres, new fork seals, new grips, new brake lines, new fuel pump, full service including all filters and fluids, recovered the seat, and a bunch more, you get the idea. Just a month ago I replaced the clutch as it had started to slip and replaced the hydralic line at the same time. 86,300km on the odo. Since I bought it I've done about 3000 trouble free km, it does the traditional CBR rattle at start up but it goes away once warm, it has a few stone chips and a touched up bit on the left fairing where I went to put it on the side stand when the side stand wasn't down. The screen (an Eagle Screens one) crazed when it got left in the hot sun and could be replaced with one from Screens For Bikes. There is a shallow ding in the tank and a bit missing from the edge of one of the inner fairing liners as per the photos. Look at the photos. Overall it presents very very well for age, rides beautifully and costs bugger all to run, $47 a year for rego and $90 for comprehensive insurance. The historic rego on it is not transferable, but nothing to stop it being fully registered or you own club rego I'm after $4000 for it. I had another higher mileage one I used to ride that would be available separately as a project or parts by negotiation. The bike is in Moss Vale, NSW, in the beautiful Southern Highlands, 90 mins from Sydney CBD, 45 mins from Campbelltown Any further details let me know.