Mine was the NS400R Freddie Spencer Replica. There was a photo of it in a Two Wheels magazine in the mid 80's. Front-on with the headlight in focus and the rest a blur. It had a Rothmans replica paintjob, a mudguard that flowed over the lower fork legs and another little fairing piece on the side stand. It came with a seat cowl that covered the pillion seat and a race stand. It was powered by a two-stroke three cylinder V three. The outer two pistons facing forward with aligned big-ends and the middle one pointing up. Interestingly, the middle piston and conrod weighed twice the the outer making it a pseudo V twin as far as balance goes. It had acronyms: ATAC (Automatic Torque Amplification Chambers) to boost the midrange and (TRAC) Torque Reaction Anti-dive Control to limit front suspension dive under brakes. I had to have one!!! I bought it for $5000 brand new before my license restriction expired with a bank loan guarenteed by my mum. I got caught riding it before I should have. It had a glorious 2 stroke wail when you hit the powerband. I got it up to 200kph at an undisclosed time and location. The old bloke across the road gave up tinkering with his collection of old British bikes and turned to the Dark Side (Buying and riding a succession of modern Japanese bikes) after riding it and a mates RG500 Suzuki. I took it to rallies and track days and rode it up and down the Reeftor Spur and along the Kinglake - Flowerdale - Yea road many many times... I hit a kangaroo one evening east of Kangaroo Ground returning from an after-work sortie up and down the spurs. I dropped it and crashed it now and then. The fairing was plastic welded and had its candy paint scheme re-applied more than once... It sat in A1 motorcycles on consignment for more than a year and I eventually sold it through the Trading Post for $2500. What was your first unrestricted bike? Why did you buy it? What happened to it?