I was just about to pull the trigger on a GS500F yesterday, 37,000 on the clock, new tires and chain. The fairing looks excellent and has had a professional looking paint job in Cyan Blue including the tank and rear plastic, custom mirrors with built in indicators. It has obviously been fixed up by someone who loves doing this stuff. The engine looks brilliant no marks anywhere. Sounds fantastic and started up well from cold and although I only went for a short ride it felt very good. Got the price down to $3,100 with a few months left on the rego. The owner is the person who painted it, and he obviously knows what he's doing and seems a really nice chap to boot. But, I did a PPSR search which came back fine but the NEVDIS additional date returned the following... Written off: Collision, QLD, 21 Jun 2015, Inspected Collision, QLD, 10 Feb 2015, Economic Repairable Write-off Stolen:No data recorded. The rego matches the data so it's obviously passed registration. I put the sale on hold while I pondered the situation. The seller claimed to have no knowledge of this although I find that hard to believe but possible I suppose. He thought it could just have fallen over and done enough damage to the fairing to not make it worth repairing. There is no damage anywhere on the bike and it seems like a really good deal, it felt great. My question is, should I be unduly concerned about the above 'Repairable write off situation or am I fretting about nothing.