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    NHMike
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    Default Anyone know how to Decode an old Honda VIN?

    I'm trying to verify the year of the Honda Chop I picked up the other night. I've searched the net, but can't find anything for older than 81.

    Thanks

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    What do you need to know? duane@dbcustomleather.com - Duane

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    well its pre 78 (sohc)

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    I got a ID list of sohc of the net - can't remember where?
    If you want to message me the eng/vin I'll look it up.
    Cheers
    Matt

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    yes,,asked u what the #$'s were on your guitar trade for it thread...
    whats the first 4 #'s on the mtr???
    Last edited by HWC; 10-30-2009 at 8:52 AM.

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    www.hondachopper.com Look on the openning page... Nothing but sohc 750's 69-78

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    I just want to verify the year.

    The numbers I got off the motor are as follows:

    CB750E-1001595

    I didn't see anything on the frame. As ugly as it is I think it was custom. Lots of bondo work on the joints.

    Thanks for any help guys!

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    1000001-1007414 ....possibly 1007500 were the sandcast mtrs...69-early 70's
    that dude that has your guitar gonna be PO'd when/if finds out how much that mtrs worth..lol
    Last edited by HWC; 10-31-2009 at 11:54 AM.

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    an yes..its was the cool "thing" back then to hav a ll tha bondo shaped/curved/swoopy groovy kinda shit...

    u got some cool period pcs/parts there

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    Thanks everyone. It appears that it IS a Sandcast 750. So yeah, I guess it was a good trade, hahahaha.

    Thanks again Chopcult!!!

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    fuckin' win dude. congrats!

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