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Rev's check came back as...

Discussion in 'General Motorcycling Discussion' at netrider.net.au started by ben1, Mar 27, 2011.

  1. Hi all,

    i am currently on the look for a new bike... i have happened to find a great deal on a cbr600rr, but when i did the rev's check it came back as...




    There are no encumbrances that match the quoted identifiers.
    VEHICLE DETAILS MISMATCH WITH RTA.PLEASE CHECK IDENTIFIERS AND/OR CONSIDER
    AUVIS INSPECTION TO ENSURE VEHICLE IDENTIFIERS ARE CORRECT.
    MISMATCHED IDENTIFIERS:-
    - VIN/CHASSIS NUMBER


    Does anyone happen to know what that mean?? does it sound like some illegal stuff might be going on?

    any advice from people that may have en-counted this before would be great...



    Thanks
    Ben
     
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  2. Mate,
    I've used the REVS check function many times and I've NEVER come across this scenario. Hopefully others may be able to offer their experiences here also but here's my 2 cents' worth.
    In my experience, all I can recommend here is CAUTION !!!
    If there is a direct line with someone you can speak with at an RTA Office (without being placed on hold all day long !) then I would take careful steps in researching into this, if this is the bike you want/are interested in 100%.
    Otherwise, if you yourself smell a rat (gut instinct to be followed here), move on and find another.
    Golden rule - If there's any doubt, there isn't any doubt.
    Good luck.
     
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  3. Hi Ben,
    First, make sure, when doing the revcheck that you type in correctly.
    make sure 1 is not i and 0 is not o and so forth.
    According to the result you are getting, this bike has a problem, do not go ahead with the transaction.
    What basically saying is, it has a chassis from another bike !
    Could be anything, stolen, rebirthed, or just previously crashed.
    Contact RTA on 132213 tomorrow after 8:30am and they may be able to help further. I hope this helps.
     
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  4. woops wrong thread
     
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  5. Are you sure, this meant to be posted in this thread? ;-)
     
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  6. no worries, it happened to us all ;-)
     
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  7. Mate listen to Nickers & don't spend a cent on that bike until you get that all verified. I've done a heap of REVS checks too and never come across something like that, looks very sketchy
     
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  8. As said, double and triple check the numbers/letters from the vin and what you type in
     
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  9. also bear in mind the RTA'S policy of only employing severely retarded individuals
     
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  10. yep, turned out that one letter was wrong in the vin number... he sent through the right one after i questioned it.


    thanks all for the help.


    Ben
     
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  11. All good then, are you getting the bike? ;-)
     
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  12. What a let down. I was waiting for a lengthy saga to unfold.
     
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  13. All I could offer at the time was advice of 'caution', being that I'd never witnessed a scenario of this kind, so in my mind (and how I tend to operate on a daily basis) 'if there's any doubt, there is no doubt'....EJECTION SEAT HANDLE : PULL !

    I'm glad it all worked out for you, Ben, and that it's sorted. I guess all's that's needed now is pics of your new acquisition (y)
     
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  14. we all love drama, don't we, hee hee.
     
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  15. so which airline are we sticking clear of??? :bolt:
     
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