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09-30-2003 9:55 AM
Re: RC30

bregazzi : that looks like a euro spec ?
How so?
09-29-2003 12:09 PM
Re: RC30

that looks like a euro spec ?
09-29-2003 9:42 AM
Re: RC30

When Commonwealth Honda (the official US Honda team) hired Brian Uchida full time, HRC closed up shop in their tiny office at Honda America. *The were thinking of making Moto Liberty in Texas the official HRC affiliate, but someone in Japan doesn't like Moto Liberty's 'back door import' business and decided to give the name to TOH. *They really don't know much about the race parts other than as a sales tool to get people to call.

09-29-2003 12:33 AM
G-Force Junkie
Re: RC30

abtech : SNIP

I 'lightened up' his inventory prior to the demise of HRC USA (or make that the birth of 'Thousand Oaks Honda').
So whats the story behind that? I'm lucky enough to be pretty local to T.O. Honda, and when I go there for parts for my RS125, its just the regular parts monkeys that know nothing, and I have to bring my parts book with numbers to get anything. I'm guessing they are just the USA parts outlet now?
09-28-2003 4:03 PM
Re: RC30

I had to rub G-Mans face in it a bit, as I sold 2 HRC cranks, TTF1 carbs (magnesium), HRC rods, pistons, cams, radiators, exhaust system and 17' mags about 3 years ago. *Brian Uchida had quite a bit of stuff laying around in the mid 90s and I 'lightened up' his inventory prior to the demise of HRC USA (or make that the birth of 'Thousand Oaks Honda').

09-28-2003 3:20 PM
Re: RC30

talk about holding value. thanks abtech. always a fountain of information.
09-28-2003 2:31 PM
Re: RC30

1990 RC30 retail price: 13,995.00 plus tax and license, void where prohibited by law, always wear your helmet. (1K more than the 1989 . . .).
09-28-2003 3:23 AM
Re: RC30

Yes G-Man did buy it, he posted on another forum. Abtech you might try and get a hold of him either through Pm'ing on this site or the Rogue site. Gordon is a good guy and might need your help loading or something.
09-27-2003 11:19 PM
Re: RC30

so what did that machine cost new back in 1990? abtech?
09-27-2003 8:09 PM
Re: RC30

no was a kick ass deal! *no doubt!

09-27-2003 3:34 PM
Re: RC30

looks like g-man bought it....
09-27-2003 1:15 PM
Re: RC30

Only a few minutes left. Someone here buy it so I can come test ride it for you.
09-26-2003 10:30 AM
Re: RC30

Baketech : Weird....low reserve on that
NO reserve
09-25-2003 10:10 PM
Re: RC30

That's one of my all time favorite motorcycles. The wheels are supposed to be white, though, which is OE. Never enough money around when somehting like this comes up, though
09-25-2003 5:04 PM
Re: RC30

I'd love to pick that up but I'd just end up crashing it and be pissed off. There's no way I could just let that thing cruise down the street or just sit in the garage.
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