Isn't there always at least one bike you owned and never should've sold? Or should've saved from the clutches of the insurance mob after a prang and subsequent write-off? I'd give half-an-arm for the little Honda Dax 50cc which was one of my first bikes...(if someone knows of a half-rusted one slowly dying away in some garage, gimme a holler). Then the Munch, which I should've saved from the wreckers after dumping it only 300km into its life (apart from being worth a fortune today, it was the ultimate dreambike then...) The 2. Honda 754 (K2)....shoulda kept that. The first (K1) was crap and I'm still glad a cage got me from behind and flattened the thing (I was fine). Same with the 350/4, sweet little thing it was....and went forever. The SR500, sold to a touring German couple who did another 25.000km around AUS on it... Definitely the R65 monolever, one of not many imported and an absolutely sweet bike to ride....one of those that BMW built their reputation on, it'd still be a nice piece of 2-wheeled fun in the garage today...still good enough to scare the crap outta some sporties up Reefton I reckon ..... the subsequent R100RT was a piece of shite. Of course my very first "real" bike (after the Solex), the old Kreidler with it's home-dengled Maico 6-speed box...I'd LOVE to see that back in the garage. Never should've sold the XT600 either, with it's 22liter Ascerbis tank it was great fun around a dirt-lap of Tassie...and still ran 160kmh fully packed with camping gear...on knobbies...on the road. Good bike, reliable and oh so simple to work on. There are a few more.... What's yours?