Join Date: Nov 2010
Location: Baltimore, Md
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Hey Tribal, I wish you the best of luck with your bike. You seem like a good kid/guy (don't know your age. lol) that was dealt an unfortunate bad hand. Stay positive and cooperative like you are and everything will work out. As a door closes, another will open for you.
I had a similar situation myself when I bought my Aprilia RSV Mille a few years ago. Seemed like a great deal, clean title and bike. Was great until I took it to an Aprilia dealer to get service and he told me the engine number didn't match the VIN. Bike wasn't stolen but the previous owner totaled the bike and rebuilt it with a new frame and parts. Although it was a great bike, I just never really fell in love knowing that it was a Frankinbike and that I had been lied too. Ever since I had Carfaxed and checked the sh*t out of every bike I bought including my RR and Z1000. You can never be too careful with the crooks and crazies that are out there these days.
Again good luck and most of all: You live and you learn.
"I plan on living fast and dying young!"