Hey i'm in the market for a new bike and I was looking in Caringbah motorcycles because I have had them as my mechanic for a couple of years and I reckon steve is a top bloke :grin:. So onto my story, I was drilling them for info and steve said that they had a z750 repairable write off that they were fixing up in the garage. The bikes up for under 8 grand, I've seen private sales for like 10,500 so it's definitely a bit of a saving but I've been getting stern warnings against repairable write offs from everyone I speak to and I had a geez through the forums here and didn't find anything that was relevant to my situation. Normally I wouldn't even consider it but I don't think steve would sell me a lemon although what does worry me is if I go to sell it, I might have a few problems even if it is in a good state. I'll sound off what I remember him saying needed fixing. Bike had gear lever replaced, I think the footpeg too, scrapes on the engine, new indicator and a couple of scrapes on the plastic. He didn't say anything about bent forks or anything so don't think any serious problems. Would I have problems with insurance considering I went through a dealership? Am I really stuffed if i ever go to sell it due to it being a repairable write off'? Like I know i don't have to tell people that it is but I think it's quite immoral not to and revs is a wonderful tool for potential buyers. Dunno, can I get some advice? I'm not sure whether it's a good buy or not, it's definitely cheaper than it could be and I do like the bike.