There is no such thing as "correct paperwork" for a non recovered stolen vehicle. It should be taken from you and you lose one hundred percent of your money.
That's a lot of bravado advertising online you are in possession of stolen property.
Hello there RxRC,
Nine hours ago I was looking for information on decoding Honda Vin numbers, quite by chance I punched the bike's Vin into google and found this thread.
I was shocked to read about the bike's possible chequered past, and decided to leave the post so as to shed some light on the bike's timeline.
I respectfully think your post is unfair to me in its tone and assertions, what makes you accuse me of Bravado, when you have never met nor spoken to me? why have you put yourself forward as the moral judge & jury in this post and cast your assertions as to what should happen so quickly, when I myself have only found this post a few hours ago.
The Bike does in fact have the correct Irish paperwork associated with it, this is a fact that I can not change.
I am not morally happy that apparently 5 years ago the original owner had his bike stolen, I do not no how the bike made its way through multiple countries and owners, but how do you think I am complicit in this?
When I lose one hundred percent of my money where should i lose it to? perhaps you should decide.
All I ask is that you take a second to think about how I and indeed the previous owners who may also have being oblivious to the bike history feel about this, and save the righteous moral judgement for the thieves.
I hope you can see my reply as a genuine discussion to reflect how easily one can find themselves in a similar situation, perhaps if we all forensically examined every item we purchased second hand we too might be in for a surprise.